What is a blog posting?

What is a blog posting?

What exactly is a blog post? A blog post is a piece of public material that you share with the newTumbl community. When you publish to your blog, whether it's your primary or secondary blog, you're generating material that may be viewed by your followers as well as discovered by the greater newTumbl community.

There are two main types of posts: regular posts and static pages. Regular posts are published on a fixed schedule and can only include text and some images. Static pages are similar to regular posts but they cannot include files such as videos or PDFs. These posts are useful for sharing large articles or documents that don't fit properly in another category.

You should think about how long you want each post to remain visible before you publish it. If you don't, the newTumbl community will automatically delete old posts based on an internal setting called "days to live". For example, if you don't remove a post that was published 10 days ago, it will be deleted by the newTumbl engine after 11 days.

Remember that readers view blogs at their own convenience. Therefore, keep that in mind when deciding how long you want each post to remain visible.

If you'd like to make sure that your older posts are still available, you can use the newTumbl search tool to find them. You can filter your search by date to see only posts that have been created in a certain period.

What makes up a blog, blogging or blogger?

Blog postings are the foundation of every blog. Every blog on the internet is made up of several blog entries produced by the blogger. Blog postings can include text, videos, photographs, bullet points, multiple headers, and so on. A blogger who posts new content to their blog is said to be "posting".

A blog entry is a piece of writing that is contained within a page on a website designed specifically for reading online. The word "blog" comes from web log, which is how these original weblogs were called. Today, people often use the term blog to refer to any type of website that publishes frequent updates (usually once per day).

In its most basic form, a blog consists of a collection of blog posts written by one author and published on a regular basis. However, this definition leaves many opportunities for variation across types of blogs. For example:

A podcast is a series of audio files posted on a website that can be listened to at any time. They're similar to radio programs in that respect. Podcasts usually cover some type of topic within a specific genre. Some examples include music podcasts, science podcasts, and technology podcasts.

A video blog is a blog that includes video clips as part of its content.

What’s the difference between a blog and a post?

A blog's material is sometimes referred to as entries or blog posts, which are often grouped into categories, with each category following the same format—a series of postings in chronological order, with the most current one at the top. Individuals or groups often operate blogs. A popular form of blogging is social commentary, where readers leave comments on published articles. Some bloggers choose not to moderate comments, while others may allow only positive feedback.

A post is written by an individual author and usually presents a single topic. It can be any length; a short post might be just a few sentences long, while another could be a full-length article. Posts are typically structured into paragraphs and include headings to provide structure and guide readers through the content.

Blogs and posts both consist of multiple pages. A blog has more than one entry while a post can be part of a longer article or editorial piece. Blogs are updated regularly, while posts can stay static for months or years before being updated.

In terms of audience, blogs are written for an external audience who will not know they are reading content from an unpublished source. This allows the writer freedom in language and opinion that would be unacceptable in a publication. Posts are intended for close friends or colleagues who are aware that the content is coming from an independent source.

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Ricky Ward

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