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Avoid Bad Manners While Blogging
By: Jim Edwards
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    2006-08-21

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    Blogging, the hottest trend in online publishing right now, is currently spreading like wildfire across the Internet.

    A cross between an online journal and a bulletin board, everyone from rock starts, politicians, business leaders and your average "Joe" or "Jane" can instantly become a center of influence online using blogs.

    But, as with any social interaction, certain rules apply (my grandma calls them manners) in order to be viewed as behaving "properly."

    One of the things that gives blogging such strong appeal as an online publishing method revolves around "comments."

    Blogs that allow "comments" enable readers to respond and elaborate on the information posted by the blog owner.

    These comments and the free exchange of information, opinions, links, and new ideas creates the dynamic and growing content that makes blogging such a popular online activity for both publishers and readers.

    However, rules and unwritten customs about the proper use of "comments" on a specific blog are also where most of the problems and controversy will arise.

    Since a successful blog eventually becomes a community of people (albeit in cyberspace), proper social behavior is critical to be an effective and accepted member of the community.

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