First, what is a permalink? In blogger's template, you go to 'Archiving' and choose yes for 'Enable post pages'. Post Pages give each of your posts their own unique web page, in addition to appearing on your blog's front page. The advantage to that is your readers are able to link to this particular post.
In the blogger posts, if you hoover over the timestamp a small popup will come up that says 'permanent link'. Unless someone is familiar with all the fine details of blogger, they won't find this link. This is a disadvantage. But, you can easily add the text 'permalink' to that time stamp. To do this, look for this code in your blogger template:
<a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkUrl$>" title="permanent link"><$BlogItemDateTime$></a>Then add the text Permalink to that code like this:
<a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkUrl$>" title="permanent link"><$BlogItemDateTime$> Permalink</a>Now the permalink is obvious to all your readers.
Make sure you put a space before the word Permalink or else your link will end up looking like this pmpermalink. Not pretty.