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Blog Hosts: A Short Tutorial
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    2006-12-07

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    Apart from the chat rooms, instant messengers and electronic mails created for communication and dialogue beyond turf are the emerging innovations that help man build opportunities for interaction.The need for a personalized and human face aspect of building online communities is slowly changing the technological landscape of the Internet.

    Blogs / “weblogs” or blogging are the newest gift of Internet technology to people all over the world. These are updated posts, crop up entries or personalized life snippets, of mundane or bizarre in nature. For most, a “blog” is a personal, unedited, and authentic journal meant to be shared in an online community. Blog site is a place where bloggers can publish anything; his thoughts, feelings, photos, special events, experiences, comments on issues and so on. It is more of an online diary with videos, links, documents, newsletters and opinions on just about any topics you are interested.

    Blogs are made to welcome the insights and opinions of all and therefore, should not be written to sound intimidating and too formal. This kind of blog is a sure way to put off the readers. In the basics of blogging, conversational tone would be more appropriate to reach the desired audience.

    Blogging is all about individuals reaching out to other individuals. Having a blog has its own set of advantages:

    * Freedom of Expression. If you want people to hear you out and give their own opinion, this is the best way to create a line of communication;

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