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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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WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr and other popular blog platforms don't offer some of the key features and benefits users find with Blog Beast.
Last year Nicola Tudor from Cardiff won the Best Food & Drink Blog Award for her blog Cardiff Bites (www.
Kaplan thinks the Foley story and news of a subsequent cover-up by Republican officials was a real display of blog power.
Originally associated with disgruntled teens, blogs have grown into a legitimate form of online news and entertainment, covering an array of subjects from fashion and politics to the environment.
Blog Revolution: Expanding Classroom Horizons with Web Logs.
This blog is written by Debbie Weil, a writer and consultant about blogging.
Blogs' impact on the mainstream media (MSM, in blog lingo) "is akin to what happened to the Church during the reformation," he writes.
A CIO, for example, might want to follow Phil Windley's example and blog to explain information policies and communicate with staff.
Seuss invention, though a Seussian opening might read something like this: A Blogville accountant was heard to say, "Should I blog or not blog?
com), anyone can write and post their comments or create a Web ring (a link to someone else's blog comments) at any time and on any day for all the world--or none of it--to see.
He writes, "I have yet to find a single marketer who says that a business blog has gotten him a positive return on investment.
Blog is short for "web log," an easily published online diary, journal or daily log that represents one of the fastest growing areas of new content on the Internet.
A blog is a Web site designed to be very easy to update, so that people can casually write their stories for the world: they just cut and paste text from their favorite word processor into a Web form provided.