Are you a blogger? Blogging is the latest writing trend. You can blog about anything-something that’s interesting and newsworthy. There are different kinds of bloggers- fashion, politics, fitness, finance, education, and the list goes on. You can blog about your friendships, relationships, employment, and career. Blogging allows a writer to write from their understanding and knowledge using resourceful news information. Many bloggers start writing guest blogs on other websites. Later, they write blogs for their own website.
Typically, a blog is about something specific. It targets a market or a certain group. This blog is about writing blogs. A blog has more information than pictures information mostly nonfiction; unlike a website that has videos and pictures. Blogs has started successful careers for people who write blogs for other people-hired bloggers.
Big and small companies are now blogging about their products and services online. This open another avenue of advertising about their business. Hiring bloggers to write on their business blogs about sales, hiring, profit margin, upgraded products, upgraded services, advertising and other business related ideas. These businesses can expand and build by using blogs to find new clients and business associates.
Guest blogs is what bloggers do to get their products or services out in the cyberspace world where it can be recognized by people. Blogging about a book or ebook is now common. A blog can be as long as you like. The length can range from 250 words to 1,000 words or more, targeting something in particular like fitness, romance, education or finances.
I am a blogger and a blogger for hire. I blog for myself and others. When blogging I am required to do research especially for nonfiction topics. Guest blogging is something I prefer to do more of. I have two blogs http://www.write2educate.wordpress.com and http://www.Annsha2.wordpress.com. The first blog is about education and the other is about writing. Blogs can reflect who you are and what you do. I love writing and teaching; blogging about these subjects is what I do.
Ann Shannon is a writer/author/educator. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org.