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Blog

A website to which a person or persons may regularly post journal entries or commentaries. A blog may be a personal diary, a collaboration concentrating on a theme or nearly anything in between. Most blogs allow readers to comment on each entry. Some blogs attract large followings and are monetized through advertisements and in other ways. As of 2007, there were more than 100 million blogs worldwide.
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Blogroll Builder is the first commercially released software from Verdant Industries.
Those who comment most frequently on Nathalie's blogs are bloggers who Nathalie reads regularly herself, and who she links to on her blogroll (and vice versa).
Even in its infancy, WikiCity's blogrolls are seeded with over 100,000 hyperlocal blog links offering a range of topics including local Sports, News, Politics, and Lifestyle.
By organizing blogs into easy-to-buy ad categories including travel, business, technology and environment, WPNI Blogroll program takes an important step towards overcoming this challenge.
According to CNET editor Rafe Needleman, "Many bloggers put a blogroll, a list of other blogs they like, on the sidebars of their pages.
WPNI Sponsored Blogroll Allows Advertisers to Reach Highly Targeted Audiences on washingtonpost.
com is a blogroll management service; a list of links that a website or weblog owner can include in their web pages as a public list of bookmarks.
Dron and Anderson (2007) stated that group blogs function amongst three social views of e-learning: 1) they may support a group, 2) may be networked through trackbacks and blogrolls, and 3) may make use of tag clouds to afford a collective view.
Moreover, a recent study of the Canadian political blogosphere examined the blogrolls that are used to recommend other blogs to readers and mapped the hyperlinks that connect blogs to one another.
I located the blogs that I monitored longitudinally through a review of Australian feminist bloggers' blogrolls (list of links to other bloggers) and other linking practices, in particular drawing on the resource of the Down Under Feminist Carnival, to ensure that my study participants were both representative of and active in the community.
While a blog to become popular through blogrolls, permanent links can boost popularity more quickly, and may be more reliable, since they denote that people are actually reading the blog content ("Weblog") Some personal blogs include sponsored posts for advertisers of new products and services.
Although there are some shining exceptions, most newspapers don't even offer blogrolls that link to popular citizen voices in their communities.