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BLOG HELP

#1 Mistake Most Blogs Do
By: Jase Dow
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    2005-03-30

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    THE CHRIS PIRILLO EXAMPLE

    Chris Pirillo is the publisher of one of the most popular sites on the net, Lockergnome.com. He was actually the first to proclaim e-mail as being dead.

    But still, while he prefers for his subscribers to use RSS instead of e-mail, that isn't stopping him from using or promoting either RSS or e-mail.

    COMPARING BLOGS, E-ZINES, E-MAIL AND RSS

    If you're reading this article and thinking that blogs are actually "beyond e-mail", just consider the following reality.

    RSS and e-mail are content delivery channels; the tools that enable us to deliver our content to end-users. Blogs and e-zines on the other hand are two different Internet media content formats, differing in how/what content is provided and presented through them.

    RSS/e-mail and blogs/e-zines cannot be directly compared. Blog content and e-zine content can both be delivered via RSS and e-mail, and there is no direct business/logical relation between, for example, blogs and RSS.

    Blogs are "personal" conversations, opinions and news, delivered in a linear structure, usually written in a more personal style, and confined to a limited number of content types.

    E-zines on the other hand are more similar to magazines or newspapers, carrying content presented in a complex non-linear content structure, and having the ability to carry many different content types that do not mix well together if provided through a linear content structure.

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