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Oct 2008

19

Are you looking for effective blogging tips? You’ve come to the right place. It’s true that any individual can upload or open a blog online for the world to read and see. However, this is not a very easy thing.

Maintaining a blog in the long run is a bit difficult especially if you want to have a successful one. You can actually find blogging platforms for free online and most of the platforms are simple to use. Even a technophobic writer can use such blogging platforms but it is difficult to find qualities like originality, enthusiasm, creativity, patience, and spare time.

Many people who tried writing blogs had initially high passions for blogging but after some time, they neglected their blogs until it finally died. There are only a few bloggers who maintain weekly posts for a large number of subscribers. If you want to know their secrets to maintaining successful blogs for many years, just read on.

The first one is to write only about the things you know and love. Never write about something that you hardly know of and what you don’t like. Most individuals who want to write blogs often choose topics that are of great interest to other people, and of course, themselves. Make sure that you choose a topic that you’re interested and eliminate those that you don’t like, even if the topic is said to generate more traffic. As long as you’re passionate about the topic, go on and write a blog about it.

When you’re writing a blog, make sure that you have a new, funny, and smart insight. If you’re about to write something that was already written by other bloggers, stop writing about it and instead, try to think about a new and better idea or insight. Choose another topic instead.

The next helpful tip is to be creative. As always, creativity is very important in maintaining successful blogs. Once you’ve posted a certain idea, don’t repeat it all over again. Adapting fresh ideas of other bloggers is definitely not a good idea. If you want to gain the loyalty of your subscribers, you must always try to be original in every blog you write. This way, your loyal subscribers will stay hooked on the blogs you make.

It is also good if you always consider your readers. Your blogs are like featured columns and so you must update at least weekly. Try to add new posts so that you will not be forgotten. If in case you can’t write new posts, try to inform your readers.

Try to socialize with the readers. You can encourage them to take an active part in your blog by adding polls and asking questions. They will be more than glad to add personal comments. If you want to improve your blogging skills, you must also read the blogs of other bloggers.

The internet is an untamed area and if you want to survive this kind of world, you must have a skin like that of an elephant. Expect to receive harassments and anonymous insults. Women bloggers can get very sensitive and so if you’re a woman blogger, you must ahve an elephant skin. Ignore the insults and harassments as long as your privacy and safety is not affected.

These blogging tips are really effective, so you’d better think about them and incorporate them in your blogging.

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Oct 2008

17

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.

Content

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 comment.

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.

Feedback

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 tool usually used in blogging and the concepts that go with it.

Below are the letters comprising the blogging alphabet. Some letters were not included for the reason that it’s totally irrelevant to the readers and might cause confusion on their part. I’ve just enumerated the frequently asked terms.

Archives – records of important documents or files preserved

Blogrolls – categorized list of networks to web pages

Comment Spam – irrelevant comments posted on a web page containing     to one or more domains

Downloads – a verb pertaining to the pictures, audios, or videos streamed from the author’s device memory

Excerpt – summarized ideas of the post usually having a part of the entire article

Feeds – part of another’s site supplying the material for one site

Guests – are the readers, viewers, spammers, etc., who visits your site

Hosts – web sites willing to accommodate your registration as a blogger

Introduction – preliminary part of the blog page showing the personal profile of     the author or a brief description of the subject

Links – a tie up with a series of sections in the web suitable for navigation from     one site to another; also known as a “permalink” or “hyperlink”

Plugins – combined term for plug-ins, these are characters or scripts adding additional function to the site

And that’s it. All primary words elaborated above embody the blogging community. Easy access to the blog doesn’t mean easy manipulation. It must have certain concepts and tools to make blogging possible. The posts are one thing, how to capture the attention is the objective.

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Oct 2008

15

What is the Meaning of Blogging?

Posted by Noel
Categories: Blogging

There is no exact definition of blogging. It can mean differently from one individual to another. But
according to google…

# The practice of posting entries in your weblog. A weblog (usually shortened to blog, but occasionally spelled web log) is a web-based publication …
www.gwavanation.com/glossary

# A blog is a web-based self-publication made up of periodic articles. Blogs use post-based entries catalogued by time and date.
wsgfl.westsussex.gov.uk/redirect/

# The activity of creating and maintaining a blog (which is a special kind of web site) or several blogs by making posts and uploading images and so on.
www.diaryofanartist.com/glossary_a_e.html

# The word blog is a short form for the term web log. A blog has traditionally been a journal or diary with dated entries. …
www.topicguru.net/

# Short for weblog, a blog is similar to diary online, that can be edited using a simple content management system (CMS).
www.signature.gb.com/glossary.htm

However, if you want to become a blogger, you have to know ask yourself this question – what is the meaning of blogging?

If you simply start out your dream of becoming a blogger without defining it first, you will not succeed and not only that, you will not be able to meet all your objectives and you might not target the appropriate market. In order to understand the meaning of blogging, you have to know the common reasons why many people are into blogging.

One of the most common reasons is for fun. People who only want to have fun through blogging defines this activity as their way of sharing their personal life, their pet’s life, or whatever’s going on that they find interesting.

Many individuals also blog for monetary reasons; you see, blogging can earn you money especially if you know how to blog properly. Can you imagine earning about $20,000 each month through blogging? Well, that’s true. This may be one reason why bloggers for money continue to increase every year. These type of bloggers define blogging as a way of making money; quite different from the first one.

There are also individuals who define blogging as a way of establishing credibility. Many people who are knowledgeable in a certain area often establish their credibility by making blogs online. In fact, by doing so, you can make a brand of yourself and be known as one of the best bloggers in the world.

You can meet a lot of people through blogging. You can build contacts, meet new individuals, and create new business ventures. You can get fresh ideas that you can turn into a business of some sort. A person who blogs with this reason in mind defines blogging to create networks.

Now you know the common reasons why people blog. Blogging then can be defined as a way to have fun, to make money, to establish credibility, and for creating networks. So you see, blogging can be defined in many ways.

When you’re again asked for the meaning of blogging, you can define it according to your personal definition. So what’s your reason for making blogs? Identify it before you even make a career out of blogging. If you want to become a full time blogger, you can definitely earn a lot of money. In this case, the meaning of blogging to you is a way to make huge money even within the comforts of your home.

Thanks to the internet because now people have an alternative way of making money. Blogging is getting popular year after year and you can find a lot of bloggers online. With so many bloggers on the net, you have to be competitive enough and you should be able to make blogs that can be of great interest to other people.

Aside from that, you have to blog frequently because there is no room for sporadic bloggers online. If you want to become a well-known blogger, follow these things and your blogs can stay in-demand.

What is the meaning of blogging? Only you can answer that, especially if you’re a blogger. Start learning to make blogs now and find a good place online. You can either do it for fun, for money, for credibility, or for building networks.

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Oct 2008

09

There are a couple of blogging platforms available.    From wikipedia,  here’s a list.

Free and open source software

These software packages are offered as free and open source software

  • Apache Roller (Java-based)
  • b2evolution (PHP/MySQL)
  • bitsyblog (Python)
  • blojsom (Java)
  • blosxom (Perl)
  • byteflow (Python/Django)
  • Chyrp (MySQL, SQLite (with PDO), and PHP 5)
  • CuteNews (PHP based)
  • DasBlog (C#/ASP.NET)
  • DotNetNuke (C#/ASP.NET)
  • Dotclear (PHP/MySQL)
  • Drupal (PHP/MySQL)
  • Frog CMS (PHP/MySQL)
  • Elgg (Apache, MySQL, and PHP)
  • Habari (PHP/MySQL,SQLite,PostgreSQL)
  • InkType (MySQL and PHP)
  • iN?to (Ruby on Rails)
  • kablink (Java)
  • Livejournal (Perl) (Also available, developer hosted)
  • LifeType (PHP/MySQL)
  • Mephisto
  • Movable Type (also offered in developer-hosted form as TypePad)
  • Nouz (PHP/MySQL)
  • NanoBlogger (Written in Bash. Uses common Unix tools)
  • Nucleus CMS (PHP/MySQL)
  • PHPSlash
  • phsBlog (PHP/MySQL)
  • Pebble (Java-based)
  • Picoplog (PHP) (photoblog)
  • Pixelpost (PHP/MySQL) (photoblog)
  • PyBlosxom (Python)
  • Serendipity (PHP/MySQL,PostgreSQL,SQLite)
  • SimplePHPBlog (PHP/TXT)
  • SimpleLog (Ruby on Rails)
  • Slash (Perl/MySQL)
  • Subtext (C#/ASP.NET)
  • Textpattern (PHP/MySQL)
  • Thingamablog
  • Typo (Ruby on Rails)
  • WordPress (PHP/MySQL) – also offered in developer-hosted form as WordPress.com
  • CELLblog (ASP/ASP.NET) – Community Environment Live Life –webblog 2.0 compatible. ASP soon to be ASP.NET
  • Livejournal Visibility Changer – works fine even for Linux (under Wine). C++ programming language.

Among all of these,  my personal favorite is WordPress.   What I like about wordpress is that there are a huge amount of free templates available, and a huge amount of plugins you can add to the base installation.   In fact, I use wordpress here on this blog.

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