Most Popular Blogging Platforms Compared [INFOGRAPHIC] Corporate Blogging: The Infographic. 13 Infographics To Understand The Blogosphere Better. Not too long ago, we showcased the best infographics about social media that we could find on the net.
This time round, we’re going to show you how infographics can enhance your knowledge of the interconnecting world of blogs which we call ‘blogosphere’. As the popularity of blogs increases, bloggers wish to know how they can draw more crowds to their posts or the entire site. Some may hope that they can earn more revenues from advertisers, while others are mostly concerned with the best method of sharing themselves with others. Regardless of the reason, it definitely helps to review information of your blog distributions, readers’ trends, the blogging economy, etc.
There’s no better way to represent complex information like these in a visually pleasing infographic. Recommended Reading: More Infographic related posts. The Evolution of The BloggerIf you ever wondered how blog started and become what it is now, check this out. Who’s in the Blogosphere? Self-hosted WordPress.org vs. Flowtown. This post was written by Jenny Urbano, our Social Media Manager.
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For contest rules, and how to enter, please visit our post in the Generation Demandforce Community here. Good luck! Infographic: The Evolution Of The Blogger. Which way to blog? Wordpress, Blogger, Tumblr or Posterous? « Social-i. I use blogs on a daily basis to research, keep up to date with the latest developments in interactive design and networking, to entertain myself, to promote and educate.
My students all blog and I pull the rss feeds into the google reader on my phone to keep up to date with their progress as they reflect on and promote their work, showcasing their designs and photography, recording their experiences at exhibitions, networking events, work placements and so on. It is so easy for me to follow their blogs and add comments, hit like buttons and share good posts to give them some positive feedback.
Blogging comes naturally to them. They have something worth saying and no qualms about sharing it with the world. Some of my students run the Bath based online magazine, www.bladud.co.uk using blogging software to reach their audience. I also advise freelancers and new businesses on the benefits of using a free, easily up-datable blog as an alternative to a static company website. Why Tumblr? Which Blogging Platform Should You Use? (Infographic)