This page offers advice on how to write a blog to share your interests and experience online. At the bottom, you'll find links to more pages with creative writing ideas as well as tips on writing for money.
Q: Cross a journal with a website, and what do you get?
A blog is a website in a journal format. You write in it as often as you want, and your entries, or "posts," typically appear in reverse chronological order, marked with the time and date that you wrote them.
You can use your blog to write about your daily life, your hobbies, your travels, what you're reading, your thoughts and opinions. You can also use it to publish your stories and poems. Like a journal, a blog can be about anything you want it to be. But unlike a journal, which you can keep private, a blog is published online, which means that you can't control who reads it. When you decide what to write about in your blog, you should always keep this in mind.
Anyone who can use the Internet can keep a blog. It does not have to cost money or require special technical skills. You can find an easy, free blogging tool at Blogger.com.
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