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Put Your Blog on Your Site
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-10-09

    Table of Contents:
  • Put Your Blog on Your Site
  • Integrate Your Blog Into Your Site
  • A Web Page Within a Web Page
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    Thereís more than one way to put your blog on your site, even when both already exist on different Web servers. One of the easiest methods, the iframe code explained on the previous page, is simple enough for even casual Web designers and bloggers to use.

    By taking advantage of the iframe code method, anyone can put a blog onto an existing Web site, so they no longer have to worry about splitting their traffic between the two (or maintaining separate blogs because integration seems impossible).

    Even when both your site and your blog are free (and you donít own the domain for either), you can place one within the other. And why not?

    You want all your Web traffic to know about everything you offer. Itís a good idea to put your blog on your site, and when itís this easy thereís no reason why you shouldnít.


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