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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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com, I've seen first-hand the extraordinary marketing and branding benefits that come from publishing a Web log," stated Beal.
The web logs are maintained as in form of line of text (Umamaheswari, 2014).
Das and Turkoglu (2009), for example, use the term "web usage mining" to describe this process and define it as: "Web usage mining is to analyze web log files to discover user accessing patterns of web pages.
Following the simple instructions you will be able to publish your Web log in minutes.
The development of Web logs has several organizational and legal ramifications for human resource (HR) managers or general managers involved with human resource functions.
In addition to the text postings, Reiter has moblogs (which are mobile web logs, or photo postings) on his Web logs.
But blogging drew renewed attention after Microsoft chairman Bill Gates said in May that web logs and the way they were distributed could be used as business communication tools, signalling Microsoft's growing awareness of blogging as both a potential threat and a new business opportunity.
The jury is still out on just how blogging will affect politics and journalism, but as a tool of personal expression, Web logs now occupy a significant portion of the Internet bandwidth.
WHEN web logging was young, a small web development company called Pyra had the idea of using a web log to track internal projects.
4, a powerful Windows application that turns your web logs into a professional sales and prospecting tool.
It was at the 2001 conference that I discovered Web logs (often called blogs) through an excellent paper given by Karl Fast.
Blogging recently made the leap to the business world, as evidenced by the two-day ClickZ Weblog Business Strategies Conference & Expo, aimed at medium to large enterprises, and the Harvard University-funded Blogs at Harvard Initiative, designed to teach faculty and students how to create and manage Web logs.