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You’ve likely heard of blogging. So, a blogger unearthed facts about a politician or sensitive subject, right? Maybe you’ve even read or watched a blog-based book or film. So, what is a blog?
This class will introduce you to blogs and bloggers. Look at some frequent blog kinds and reasons for blogging.
A blog is a web log.
A blog is a website that constantly updates its material. Blog entries are often brief, casual essays. These posts frequently mix text, photographs, videos, and other media. A blog is a simple online journal where you may record and share your thoughts, experiences, and passions.
Anybody who spends time online has undoubtedly read a blog entry, even if they weren’t aware of it. It’s not uncommon for popular blogs to be updated many times per day by a team of writers.
However, most blogs are written by a single author. The average blog therefore reflects the author’s hobbies and personality. This is the type of blog we’ll be looking at.
So, who blogs?
Bloggers are individuals who write blogs. You would think bloggers are all youthful, politically minded, and tech-savvy based on the media portrayal of them. Like bloggers who transformed their blogs into popular books about extraordinary adventures or ambitious initiatives. However, most bloggers do not fulfil these categories. People of diverse ages, backgrounds, and walks of life write blogs, therefore there is no such thing as a “average blogger.”
As you can see from the infographic on the previous page, most bloggers do it for fun. Blog writing, commenting, and other tasks can take up a lot of time. So why do they?
A few of the most popular motivations for blogging are listed below.
- to share your knowledge
- Affirmatively raise a concern
- Increasing involvement in hobbies and passions
- A community member
- To advance or begin a writing career
- Maintaining contact with family and friends
Without exception, most bloggers are passionate about a topic enough to write on it again, often for free. You could appreciate blogging on a subject you’re passionate about. You can express yourself and share your interests freely on your own blog.
Blog for Money
Some people blog to make money as well. Blogs make money by hosting ads, selling items, or publishing blog posts as books or articles.
Blogging has often been reported on as a career and even book and movie deals for popular bloggers. You should know that while it’s great to try to make money blogging, success is unusual.
You may see ads for businesses that claim to make your site profitable with minimal effort. But making money this way isn’t as simple. A lot of bloggers write for years without making a penny. Think about this as you start blogging.
What do bloggers write?
A blog can cover any topic. The topics range from politics to pets, and everything in between. There is a blog community for just about every topic or activity. There are certain topics that are frequently covered in blogs.
Thanks and Keep Reading and Watching
TTGuru Blog and News Team