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An Easy Alternative to a Website A Blog!
By: Amber Miller
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    These days, it is much easier to create a website than it used to be.In general, website-creation programs are much simpler to use - and you also have the option of signing up with an online web host with easy-to-use page creation tools.

    But the biggest change has to be the advent of the blog.

    "Blog" is short for 'web log'. Blogs started off as a way for people to create an online diary. Bloggers would simply log on, type out a paragraph or two giving their thoughts on life and the universe (and everything in between); click 'publish' and that was that. The big appeal of a blog was that it was interactive: readers were welcome to add a comment on any post, with a link back to their own blog or website.

    Gradually, bloggers started to want more. They wanted easy ways to upload photos, and extra pages on the site - just like a 'real' website. They wanted a range of themes, to better express their personality or business.

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