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The Why and How of Blogging

The Why and How of Blogging Do you want a decidedly simple introduction to blogging? This site utilizes large graphics in a step-by-step format to walk you though what a blog is, some examples of blogs, the tools of blogging, the different types of blogs, and more. Click ">>" to walk through
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The Why and How of Blogging


Do you want a decidedly simple introduction to blogging? This site utilizes large graphics in a step-by-step format to walk you though what a blog is, some examples of blogs, the tools of blogging, the different types of blogs, and more. Click ">>" to walk through the site.

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