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Blogging - A Guide for Beginners
By: Joshua Spaulding
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    2007-01-26

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    Instead of writing text, some bloggers choose to make their blogs more audio friendly by using spoken word entries, this is called audio blogging.

    Basically a blog contains the following features:

    Title - This allows you to label your post.

    Body - This is the content of your post.

    Trackback - Other sites can be linked back to your blog.

    Permanent Link - Every article that you write has a URL.

    Comments - This allow readers to post comments on your blog.

    One of the advantages of blogging is that it is made of only a few templates, unlike other websites that are made up of numerous individual pages. This makes it easier for blog users to create new pages, because it already has a fixed setting that includes: slots for title, body of the post, category, etc.

    This is especially useful for first time users, since they can start blogging right away. They can choose from a number of templates that blogging websites provide.

    Anyone who wants to start a blog can do so by becoming a member of a blogging website of their choice. Once they've become members, they automatically become a part of that particular blogging community.

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