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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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With the emergence of a "blogging generation" in the early 2000s, as Pepe paints in the short history in her first chapter, the internet influenced the practice of writing.
The immense popularity of blogging sites has transfigured the marketing practices of brand promotion and advertising (Hanna et al., 2011).
The student-success blogging project was designed to help honors students achieve success in their first year.
I see my blogging as storytelling, so it is always original and based on my experiences,' she says.
Typepad (typepad.com): Typepad is the hosting service for Movable Type, a blogging platform that used to be really popular but has given way to WordPress and other platforms.
You can make hundreds, or even thousands of pounds blogging. There are many ways to make money blogging: affiliate links, banner advertising, sponsored posts, advertorials, sponsorship, working with brands...the list is endless.
Porter, Sweetser Trammell, Chung, and Kim (2007) found practitioners who used blogs felt they had more power in the sense of expertise and prestige than those who were not blogging. Kent (2008) said the single greatest strength of blogs and the most important trait to public relations practitioners is the ability for publics to participate in the framing of online news and other information.
In a qualitative study on classroom blogging, for example, McGrail and Davis (2011) found that the students who participated benefitted because the audience transformed their writing and thinking.
Blogging platforms have built-in features for taking simple surveys, assessments, and polls.
CappersFarmer.com, which host blogging communities of roughly 200 homesteaders and dreamers alike sharing their experiences on and off the farm.
A particularly strong chapter details the distinction between journalism and blogging, as well as the ways they intersect and relate to characteristics of modernism and postmodernism (Ch.