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  • A blog (or web log) is a web-based program that allows you to create reverse chronologically ordered posts on a common webpage . In simple terms, it’s an easy way to make a webpage that acts like a continually updateable/archivable diary. You don’t have to know how to write html or do a lot of technical things. You write something (a thought, idea, poem, story, opinion, rant, etc…), click a button, and save it to the Internet.   A blog (or web log) is a web-based program that allows you to create reverse chronologically ordered posts on a common webpage . In simple terms, it’s an easy way to make a webpage that acts like a continually updateable/archivable diary. You don’t have to know how to write html or do a lot of technical things. You write something (a thought, idea, poem, story, opinion, rant, etc…), click a button, and save it to the Internet.   A blog (or web log) is a web-based program that allows you to create reverse chronologically ordered posts on a common webpage . In simple terms, it’s an easy way to make a webpage that acts like a continually updateable/archivable diary. You don’t have to know how to write html or do a lot of technical things. You write something (a thought, idea, poem, story, opinion, rant, etc…), click a button, and save it to the Internet.  
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    • 1. Individual Vs Group Blogging: Which is more effective? Sarbani Roy
    • 2.  
    • 3. Types of blogs
      • Individual blog – a blog written by a single author
      • Personal
      • Online diaries that are integrated into the daily lives of many people; may contain communications between friends
      • Political
      • A blog with links to articles from news web sites and with political comments from the author
      • Thoughtful
      • primarily concerned with daily life and events; often blur into personal, topical, or political issues
    • 4. Types of blogs
      • Collaborative
      • a blog written by more than one person about a specific topic. It can be either open to everyone or limited to a group of people
      • Corporate
      • Blog where employees of a corporations post official or semi-official information
      • Directory
      • Blog that contains useful resources for web-surfers; often collect numerous web sites with interesting content in an easy to use and constantly updated format; news-related weblogs
    • 5. Types of blogs
      • Format
      • Blog that specializes in a particular form of presentation, such as images, sounds, videos
      • Friendblog
      • distributed networked journal on the Internet that is composed of short, frequently updated posts written by friends connected through their similar interests
      • Topical
      • focuses on a specific niche, often a technical one
    • 6.  
    • 7. Bloggers’Paradise! Individual Group Better blog alone than be in faceless blogging…….

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