What is Blogging- Types Of Blogs
So lets start from the history of Web Log (Blog) this term was coined by peter marholz in 17 december 1997. The term blogging mainly means to communicate and tell your thoughts to millions of people at same time through WWW. Now Everyone can create his own blog using several websites like Bloggers.com and as i am using wordpress.com there are many websites which helps us to create our own blog.
There are many categories in a blog just like i chosen technology but if you are a singer and wants to let others know about your skills you can start blogging on that if you are a food lover you can write about foods and if you are a travel lover you can also write about your travelling experience etc it means you are sharing your thoughts about the particular topic. It is owned by an individual or a group of peoples can run it and share there thoughts and the best part of a blog is that the readers can comments and share there thoughts too which is very good.
Because I helps for a better communication readers can request what they want from the owner and these comments appears at the last of the post so the latest post can be seen first. The process of creating, maintaining, writting or adding content to your blog is known as Blogging and the person who post entries on the blog is know as Blogger.
Types Of Blogs
The personal blogs are online diary or commentary written by an individual rather than a corporation or organization. A vast majority of personal blogs attract only few peoples instead of a organization or corporation blog because personal blogs wont get much sponsership and advertisement which dont attract peoples but there is tiny number of blog who attracted peoples and became popular both in the online community and in the real world.
Collaborative blogs or group blogs
It is a type of weblog in which posts are written by more than one author. a majority of collaborative blogs are based on the same themes such as Technology, Politics, Advocacy. these types of blogs become popular faster than any other because pre-stablished bloggers post there content and it reduces the pressure of maintaining a popular website too.
Microblogging is the practice of posting small pieces of digital content—which could be text, pictures, links, short videos, or other media—on the Internet. Microblogging offers a portable communication mode that feels organic and spontaneous to many users. It has captured the public imagination, in part because the short posts are easy to read on the go or when waiting. Friends use it to keep in touch, business associates use it to coordinate meetings or share useful resources, and celebrities and politicians (or their publicists) microblog about concert dates, lectures, book releases, or tour schedules. A wide and growing range of add-on tools enables sophisticated updates and interaction with other applications. The resulting profusion of functionality is helping to define new possibilities for this type of communication.Examples of these include Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and, by far the largest, WeiBo.