Archive for August, 2012

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The Best Blogging Service For Your Needs

August 9, 2012

Choosing which blogging service to utilize is probably the biggest decisions you can make to be a blogger.
A suitable platform will make blogging a breeze, while the wrong ones may make blogging a tedious task.

Since the platform that you apply for is a really powerful part of your blogging experience, it really is
worthwhile putting in some time to find a platform that provides your ideal balance between a user-friendly interface as well as a flexible framework which allows one to make your site look unique and presentable.

Choosing the best platform might not be easy, however a little bit of contemplation plus a amount of research, you can be on towards  locating the right blogging platform.

Deciding on your priorities come in regards to ease of use versus customization. Most highly customizable blogging platforms, like moveable type, certainly are a bit more hard to use than very automated platforms like wordpress.

If you are fresh to blogs and internet technology, you may want to sacrifice a chance to develop a custom background design in order to integrate a unique font into your template to find a program which is to be easy for you to use.

Alternatively, if you are a veteran freelance web designer with knowledge of html or javascript, you’ll probably chose the limitations of any user-friendly platform being frustrating.

There’s no such thing as a blogging platform that is objectively the best platform, because every blogger has unique needs. The blogging movement is quite much about individuality, in order that it makes a lot of sense that there’d be a variety of platforms available that are designed to meet the needs of various sorts of individuals undertaking different varieties of projects.

This diversity is an excellent thing, because it signifies that you might almost certainly be able to find a plan that fits your height of technical aptitude.

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Blogging One Zero One

August 6, 2012

ImageBlogging One Zero One is mostly about the blogging vocabulary.
To understand blogs,you need to know the terms blog, platform, domain, and web host.

Once you have mastered these key elements of blogging, you can enter any conversation
about blogging with confidence. After you know what exactly a blog is, you will be on your
way to passing the final exam of blogging One Zero One.

Blog is short for weblog, which simply means a series of online posts presented in reverse chronological order.
That is all!

Most blogs are text, but there are also photo blogs and video blogs.
The rest of blogging One Zero One has to do with the technical side of things.

If you are setting up a blog, you will need a platform, a web host, and a domain.

A blogging platform is a computer software program that allows you to write posts and to update your blog.
Your platform is also what you use to design the look of your blog, from color scheme to font size.

The web host is sort of like the virtual file cabinet where your blog is stored.
Your computer communicates with the host when you upload or edit a post.

The domain is the online address of your blog, and usually ends in ‘dot com’, ‘dot.net, ‘dot.org’ or even ‘dot gov’. Each has its own functionality.

Now that you know what a blog is, what a platform is, and what domains and hosts are, congratulate yourself! You have passed blogging One Zero One.  So now,  you are ready to start your first Blog Post!

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Blogging For Business Owners

August 4, 2012

If you run a small company, you may find that the world of blogging for business owners is a world that you want to be a part of. Blogging is a great way to get the word out to consumers about your product or service, and it can even be useful for inspiring employee loyalty and helping you keep your workers at peak morale.

If you are looking for a way to take your business to the next level, consider what starting a blog might be able to do for you.

Blogging for business owners has a lot in common with all other types of blogging, but it has its own unique pitfalls and strengths.

The key to having a successful blog as a business owner is keeping your goals clear and concrete at every step of your blogging adventure.

It can be all to easy to get sidetracked, especially if you are just learning about the exciting possibilities of blogging technology, but if you want your blog to succeed you need to stay focused.

Write up a plan for how often you will update, how you will promote your blog and retain readers, whether you will feature photographs or video, and other aspects of your blog, and then stick to it with the same kind of determination that you used when you built your company.