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a person who keeps and updates a blog

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Managing director at O PR Kari Owers said: "Last year's first ever North East Blogger Awards saw more than 600 nominations for local blogs, from business blogs to food and fashion bloggers, being celebrated.
Niloy Chatterjee, 40, a blogger who advocated secularism, was killed in his flat in the capital, Dhaka, said police official Mustafizur Rahman.
Barb Webb, mom blogger of Rural Mom, contacted Aldi and proposed an idea to create a quick, easy and healthy recipe using ingredients found in the store.
At Blogger to Brand Media and Adventures of the Mommy Homemaker we believe that on Mother's Day, Moms everywhere deserve to be pampered and waited on, not the other way around.
Blogger Week[TM] in-person events will be hosted in Washington, DC and surrounding areas.
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For example, a professional blogger who runs a home decorating blog may have experience with many different decorating or remodeling techniques.
Meanwhile, blogger El Barraka had a different opinion.
Mark McDonagh, Communications and Business Development Manager at Hairtrade said: "The blogger partnership is a great way to communicate with our customers.
The bloggers vs journalists debate has all but run its course now.
While the reporter has to cover at least two sides of a controversial issue and must write the story without inserting his or her own opinion, the blogger is under no such constraints.
When those facts are private or protected, the blogger may get sued or censured.
I knew about the action day through a blogger friend of mine," Al-Zamel said.
If the blogger has published defamatory material, the burden of proof is on the blogger to prove what he has written is true, is fair comment or that it was published on a "privileged" occasion - such as during a Parliamentary debate.