• Gunter Ryberg posted an update 9 months, 1 week ago

    Ok, so at this point everyone knows exactly what a blog is and a lot of individuals run and operate a blog in our individual. But have you heard of a vlog? If not, donrrrt worry, it’s something that has existed at under one year. A vlog, or video blog, is really a weblog which uses video as its primary presentation format. It’s primarily a medium for distributing video content. Vlog posts are generally together with text, images, and other meta data to supply a context or overview for the video. Vlogs or videoblogs are made by vloggers or videobloggers, as the act is known as vlogging or videoblogging.

    As a way you can see, it’s a branch off of your site but instead of writing content like I’m doing now, users present their information through some type of video format. This latest version of blogging is intriguing to a lot of because users find it more interesting than looking at pages of content. They will rather spend Ten minutes watching a relevant video as someone as opposed to read a piece of writing. I personally like both blogs and vlogs. In my experience the treatment depends on the topic that is being depicted. If your topic is how you can bake chocolate cookies (mmmm), then I’d rather watch a vblog someone actually making the cookies and talking me through it. However, if it’s a topic about how Google just launched their new news archive search, i then would prefer to read your blog then must watch and listen to someone talk about it for 10 minutes.

    In case you are considering making your own vlog, then Freevlog.org explains how you can videoblog for free and Feevlog.org explains how to videoblog for a fee. Also, Typepad.com and Blip.tv are simple turnkey answers to consider. If you’re thinking about watching and commenting on other people’s vlog works, you’ll be able to sign up to FireAnt.com or Mefeedia.com.

    I’m very interested to find out where vlogging takes us. I’m quite sure next couple of years we will have several vlogs become famous because of their content. We’ve seen it happen with blogging. Many sites including Fark, TechCrunch, BoingBoing, Gizmodo, and PopSugar already are or on target to create millions of dollars through their blogs. It’s a whole new advertising medium for businesses and vlogging now adds a new sphere (vlogosphere) to this element.

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