An Introduction to Blogging – The Basics
The blogging phenomena have reached the attention of the masses far and
wide. Those who appreciate journalism would enjoy the engaging in the new
hype of writing articles. Blogging’s popularity is constantly devouring the
multimedia industry through the contributions of the literary advocate.
It’s a web page jam packed with all the journalistic compositions and
discussions about different agendas. A combination of having an on-line diary,
compact topics, the role of blogging has become vital to cyber society.
Blogs are updated on a regular basis and is arranged chronologically
considering the first subject being the newest. Categories are organized.
From archives to commentaries, to blogrolls down to the feeds.
Typically, a blog’s content would greatly depend on the topic it’s dealing with.
If you’re advertising something, perfume, apparel, or a vintage automobile,
you could feature catalogs of the products mentioned. Personal blogs
consists of daily happenings, observations, comments about another’s
Schools and universities can put posts containing write-ups regarding their
campus’ historical background, faulty and subjects or courses offered. A blog
should be updated daily to give readers reasons to keep coming back for
more. A human mind always seeks for something new. Therefore, update.
Comments are very much welcome. Come one, come all! It doesn’t matter
who would give out a comment for as long as somebody did write something.
Bottom line: what you’ve written had an effect on that mind and aroused
some opinions to merit it. Be glad you have a comment. At least someone
has read your posts. Here, interaction takes place.
Tools and Concepts
Blogging can be a fuss if you don’t how the process works. What in the world
does RRS, URL, blogroll, and all that jazz mean? How can I use it? For
greater understanding, here are some terms and definitions of some of the