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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Blogging Portals

There are many Blogging Portals present on the Internet. Some Notable ones are as follows :

  1. Word Press
  2. Blogger (Blog Spot)
  3. Type Pad
  4. Live Journal
  5. Movable Type

These Blog Portals are Further Divided into Paid & Unpaid Blogs. Blogger (Blog Spot) & Word Press are Free Blogging Sites. Word Press is a great option for advanced bloggers who want their Blog Posts to be fully customized. However, for this extra feature the user is entitled to pay a minimal fee. The User can even host his Blog on a third-party website Using Word Press on Gator Host or 1and1. On the other side, Blogger comes from Google which is on par with the the latest plug-ins available on spot. There is no surprise as Blogger comes free of cost as the other products by Google.
Type Pad is for users with the least technical knowledge and want their Blog Posts to look much more attractive than others and are willing to pay for it, Typed Pad is the the most appropriate choice. Type Pad is a Blogging Interface with a high reputation and an easy to use Interface. Although, your Blog will not be hosted on a third party website as such but the Ease of use copes up with the loss. If a User wants his Blog to have a Social Network like feeling added to it and want their posts to be syndicated, then be aware of Live Journal. It is a paid blogging site. The only lowdown on this portal is the advertisement parade the site has. The Fact that even a Plus ( Paid ) account displays unwanted ads.
Now is the Time to Announce the Portal which in the author’s opinion is the best in this Business (Paid). It Has to be the Movable Type. It manages to keep all types of its users happy. Apparently written in PERL Programming Language, this portal has outgrown itself and how ? Movable Type offers a free self-hosted package to advanced users with all the latest possible configurations as well as a service for people who would like to host their Blog for free. It even allows users to publish innumerable Content Pages. The Most Read Blogs are from Movable Type. Be it Huffington Post, Power Line Blog or Boing Boing.

Other Blog Portals worth Mentioning are as follows :-

  1. Drupal
  2. Xanga
  3. Text Pattern
  4. TriPod
  5. Square Space

Some Tips For Advanced as well as new users :-

  1. Stay On Topic :- Always speak about what your Title really suggests.
  2. Do not post Irrelevant stuff :- Never post stuff which has pornographic content or a malicious link attached to it.
  3. Always have a Balanced Equation Between Textual Matter and Images. Too much Text often turns people away from your Blog.
  4. Check whether there are any Spelling Mistakes on your Posts. You will never want to irk readers with Spelling Mistakes.

Reasons Why Bloggers Fail

Regular there are new Blogs made and distributed over the web, but then, with the several many web journals over the web, They all began off with incredible expectations yet just a some blog are fruitful. What who is a fruitful blogger, As an obvious certainty, if a blog is making more than $ 100 a month, than it is said to be an effective blogger! such blog are showing improvement over 98{5ce150c37476e056cc7c37ac4bc28a93e8c3c7308872198ea25c70bf5e252899} of 120+ million websites out in the blogsphere. Presently Why 98{5ce150c37476e056cc7c37ac4bc28a93e8c3c7308872198ea25c70bf5e252899} online journals are not doing great? Since a blog needs CONTENT and TRAFFIC, I am certain it is not a direct result of absence of data. There is heaps of data on the web, both paid and free it is about having the correct mentality to take right choice, it ought to be made with the capacity to make a benefit out of it. Let’s be realistic there are, 3 reasons why bloggers come up short.

  • Fear Competition – A Lot of blogger or you can say new internet marketers are afraid of competition. But the main reason behind every successful blogger is competition. In Internet Marketing, if there is competition than it means there is a bigger market for a particular niche.
  • They feel, “Why would someone need to read what I’ve got to say on the topic?”
  • They feel the world is saturated, plus there’s no other blog in that market.
  • Many people create blogs for fun and not to make money. They don’t take it as seriously as they should.
  • Most blogger create a blog because it is free and it is easy to create a blog, if the blog is not making any money for them, they simply quit has they have not incurred any money in it.
  • Most blogger don’t treat their blog their business. A money making blog is a business and it should be treated as such.

Deal with Negative Blog Comment

While, at first, some bloggers may have decided they would never delete any comments – believing that the antidote to bad speech is always simply more speech – they may come to realize that there is no point in leaving hate-filled, often drunken, comments sitting on their blogs.

A good rule of thumb is that if a comment is a personal attack or contains racist, sexist, or other highly-charged insults, then fee free to toss it in the trash.

Don’t turn disagreement into a fight

Disagreement is not necessarily a personal attack. Distinguish between someone saying “You are stupid,” and saying “Your idea is stupid.” The first is a personal attack, but the second, while hardly charming, is disagreement. An attack on your ideas is not a direct attack on you.

If you respond to disagreement as a personal attack – if you interpret the comment “Your idea is stupid” to mean that *you* are stupid – then the atmosphere will become highly charged and can easily escalate into a big, emotional fight.

You can avoid that, though, by seeing the comment for what it most likely is – disagreement with what you *wrote,* not with who you *are.”

If you were upset when you read the original comment, then don’t respond right away. Wait until you are feeling calm. Then you’ll be in a much better position to keep the situation from getting out of hand.

Consider restricting who can post comments

If you are extremely bothered by negative comments, even those that may not be direct personal attacks, you might want to try to avoid the problem by restricting who is allowed to post comments on your blog. You can require commenters to register, and you can only approve those people who you know and trust.

Restricting comments in this way will cut down on the amount of comments you get, and may filter out some good comments that would otherwise be left by people who you don’t know. For some bloggers, that trade-off will be worth it. If it’s more important to you to keep the conversations in your comments sections pleasant than it is to meet new people who randomly land on your blog, then consider going this route.

Badge of honor

Some people say they consider it a badge of honor to get negative comments or email. Some may just be trying to put a good spin on a bad situation, but some actually do enjoy getting negative attention. Some bloggers will even publish their nastiest emails on their blogs for their readers to laugh at. This solution is obviously not for everyone – but if you are writing partisan political material, or other highly-controversial material, hate mail will come with the territory, so if all else fails, you might as well just laugh.

While nasty comments are an unfortunate fact-of-life for many bloggers, just remember that you are in the driver’s seat of your blog and can choose how you want to deal with them, and you have the right to do whatever makes you the most comfortable.

 

Static Websites vs Blogs

Static websites are those where you would required to create every single page for your end user called as static webpage, these pages need to created individually basis and need to write with HTML or web suitable web-language for programming. To develop any static HTML webpage or entire website from scratch, you would need to use software like Dreamweaver or FrontPage where you can edit and develop page codes for browser. Some software developers still prefer to use notepad for editing/developing websites. HTML is simple web language, you can get free tutorial on w3c schools website if you are not aware of this.

Blogging platform is little bit different than static one. Regular bloggers would required to post content every single days so creating static pages for every post would be tedious work. That’s why CMS platform came in picture. Such platform like WordPress built with such way so that they get organized by dates and categorized with recent content posted by users with use of keywords and tags.

Static websites works with HTML other web language suitable for programming, to develop any static HTML webpage or entire website from scratch, You would need to use a software like Dreamweaver or FrontPage where you can edit and develop page codes for browser. Some software developers still prefer to use notepad for editing/developing websites. HTML is simple web language, you can get free tutorial on w3c schools website if you are not aware of this.

Blogging websites works on CMS (content management system) platform like WordPress. These types of platform have been developed from user’s point of view to provides simplicity and faster content uploading and updating features. These websites will work with ‘permalink’ features in which you wouldn’t require to develop multiple pages for your articles/content. It will create dynamic pages based on keyword or tag you allocate for your content.
Blogging website comes with ability to post content pages as homepage but you cannot create static homepage for your website instead of that you need to select any particular page to be static for your readers. You will find this feature under general tab of your admin page.

WordPress Widgets. WordPress become most popular for making blog website within bloggers, there are thousands of plug-in made by developers and makes it free for WordPress users. Plug-in is a short script written to work as particular function. This section makes WordPress simpler than any other CMS platform. You will find huge list of plug-in under WordPress plug-in WordPress directory, SEO pack, ping updates, xml sitemap these are few good one I always use for my own blog.

Search Engine loves unique and updated content than static one. That’s why they index blog’s post often than any other static webpage. You must activate ping list for your blog. Ping list is the list of blog directories and search engines where your blog will get submitted for indexing. By default WordPress pings to pingomatic but you can also add multiple ping lists.