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Synonyms for blog

a shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbies


Related Words

read, write, or edit a shared on-line journal

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Apostola, the primary custodian of the blogroll, has also assumed Mr.
But of those that are connected to the mainstream, this model shows that alternative blogs are not only connected to the mainstream blogosphere, but their internal interactions can have an impact on mainstream blogroll linking patterns.
Released today, Blogroll Builder works from within the WordPress administration panel to make it much easier and quicker to build outbound links that are relevant to the blog.
Many bloggers maintain that the best way to get on their blogroll is to put them on your own.
Static links are those that do not change very often and are typically found in the "blogroll," a set of links a blogger chooses to place in a sidebar.
This has brought us stirring new ways to tune in and participate, along with diversions ranging from "Obama Girl" to Mitt Romney's "Mitthead Blogroll." And it likely was the first primary campaign where a question at a presidential debate was put forward by a melting snowman.
Heaviosity, impactful, retro-futurist, manbag, carbon-neutral, goody bag, blogroll, Foggy Bottom, splitsville, and smoosh are among the 2,500 new words (and their meanings) added to the Sixth Edition Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, which is a two-volume compendium of the full 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary.
Notable features: Mitt TV video player, blogroll, policy-briefing updates
The blogroll on his site lists over 100 international dance blogs that range from dancers to DM's own Wendy Perron.
Put the thoughtful local blogs on your blogroll. The blogosphere is an attention economy, and links are what send blogs new visitors.
Another terrific way to identify legitimate and relevant blogs for a campaign is to identify one and then review its "Blogroll" (typically a list found on the side of the page of similar subject-matter blogs that are favorites of the current blog's editor).
A brief visit to's "Research, Academia, and Education" blogroll (1) reveals that many women's and gender studies practitioners have taken their scholarly work online through weblogs.