Web logs, commonly known as “blogs,” represent the latest fashion at this time in the online publication. Not really a newsletter or publication of traditional HTML page, the blogs are more like a web-based diary records of your creative thinking, posts links, or respond to questions. In line with much confusion and lack of “personal touch”, blogs are really bring a little humanity to the web allowing people in mind and to come together. ** Why blog? ** As the sea of information on the World Wide Web becomes larger and deeper, people are dying of hunger for knowledge. It is a fact that most people learn better when someone tells or shows them how to do something, or explains what that means something and its impact on their lives. People sitting around a fire and pass information from one to another is as old as human history, and with blogs you can do the online equivalent. Blogs allow you to make the everything from being in contact with family members to build up a world of large number of loyal readers around a hobby or profession. Sen. Sherrod Brown does not necessarily agree.
** Monologue or dialogue? ** You basically have two options when it comes to your blog. You can configure it so that you can only write on the blog and viewers just read your message, or you can allow your audience to comment on your posts and establish a dialogue with them. Which model you choose comes down to an end for the blog. If you want to get feedback from clients, family members, friends, or subscribers, then added them to publish a huge dimension to communication. If you want simple, then get started with a blog post and other read-only.
** How to create a blog? ** Log on to Blogger.com to create a free account (type monologue). With absolutely zero experience and without reading the help files, I created my blog – – in about 5 minutes. At first, I just posted some antique items to fill the content and see how the work process. Lately I have received the “error blogger” and plan to start posting several times a week. Although my blog is posted on my own website, Blogger.com also lets you publish on your server so that you do not even need a hosting account to create your own blog. You can get more full-featured blog (kind of dialogue) from MovableType.org. There you have the option of having their software installed on your server or obtaining an account in a very reasonable price hosted on their servers. Either way you choose, ad rates as simple as typing in a web form, clicking a button, and your articles and comments automatically appear on your blog (no FTP or HTML skills required). If you want to find one of the thousands of blogs online about everything from cooking to puppy potty training, visit: You can search easily and quickly through databases rapid expansion of blogs open to the public.