Who can deny blogging as the new found, established mode of communication? As this web-based diary gained more popularity it has become a stand-alone medium for personal expression.
Short for ‘web log’, blogs allow authors to post personal views, gossips, I-could-have-saved-my-job-if-I-did-not-post-these photos, industry trends, or just about anything on the their personal life. The visits to and popularity of a blog depends on high value content and daily updates. The higher the frequency of feeds, the more attention it gets. You and I, and many other readers of different blogs, get connected with blogs that serve our interests. News blogs are relevant for entrepreneurs and journalists, filtering the most valuable information for their field; editorial blogs stimulate and challenge a reader’s ability to comprehend and react through their preconceptions. Meanwhile, personal blogs are our ways of expressing feelings, not to mention ranting about that sales clerk who kept bugging us at the department store! Overall, blogging creates a participatory means of communication.