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  • RichardThomas
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    Originally posted by C.W. LaSart View Post
    I do a weekly blog on my website as well-but I'm not sure how my experience is different than a blog site since I have never used an actual blog site.
    well, "blog" just comes from web log, right? a website entry, so take from that what you will - the "blogs" i follow seem to have a schedule (like every day of the week is something different, or once a week a column goes up) vs. a website which just posts up when there is news - splitting hairs here, probably, yeah?

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  • C.W. LaSart
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    Originally posted by RichardThomas View Post
    IMO a website updates infrequently whereas a blog updates on a regular basis (daily, weekly, etc.) with more recurring material - pretty similar though, i think
    I do a weekly blog on my website as well-but I'm not sure how my experience is different than a blog site since I have never used an actual blog site.

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  • RichardThomas
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    IMO a website updates infrequently whereas a blog updates on a regular basis (daily, weekly, etc.) with more recurring material - pretty similar though, i think

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  • C.W. LaSart
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    My website has the ability to be a lot more complex than a blog site. They are also accessed through a different site-I don't really understand all of the differences, but I had a friend who is a web designer do mine, and she said they are different. I'm about as lost as you are.

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  • Randy D. Rubin
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    Not wanting to sound too dinosaur age, what is the difference between a website and a blogsite and why do people blog--is it an on-line diary or like this forum where you get addicted and have to check it every free moment of your life. Please, someone, explain this blog creature to me.

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  • ozmosis7
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    I have some google+ invites available if anyone is interested. Will need to PM me with an email and I'll get whoever I can. If you are already there, look me up...

    https://plus.google.com/100606339052...78/about/p/pub

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  • Craig Wallwork
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    Google's blogger is easy and decent, and if you buy your own domain name you can get rid of the blogger suffix. Tumblr is a popular one among a few of my friends too.

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  • Dan Hocker
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    Hosting shouldn't really be a big problem until you're getting to the high traffic end of things. The key is, that if you don't know how to install the word press stuff yourself to find a hosting company that will work with you to help you get it set up. I'm a diy guy so I don't really know about that end, but I do know go daddy has some of the cheapest hosting around. For my personal stuff I use hostmonster and have had a very good experience with them.

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  • C.W. LaSart
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    Originally posted by mstrom View Post
    This reminds me. For all you folks who have blogs, do you have any recommendations (or probably more important, which to steer clear of) for web hosts? Whenever I finally get around to it, I figured I’d use wordpress, but have never looked into the hosting aspect.
    I like wordpress-but I have one of their websites rather than one of their blogsites I know ppl with the blogsites and they all love it!

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  • mstrom
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    This reminds me. For all you folks who have blogs, do you have any recommendations (or probably more important, which to steer clear of) for web hosts? Whenever I finally get around to it, I figured I’d use wordpress, but have never looked into the hosting aspect.

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  • mstrom
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    Originally posted by Craig Wallwork View Post
    No Twitter?
    No twit, no blog, at least not yet...

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  • Craig Wallwork
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    No Twitter?

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  • mstrom
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    For some reason I kept missing this thread. Here is my info:

    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/p...509396&sk=info
    Email:mstrom2@gmail.com

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  • Randy D. Rubin
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    Thanks to you both, Brothers! Soon I'll Join the royal hunt (or hunt for royalties. as the case may be.) So many stories to redo, Adieu!

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  • Craig Wallwork
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    Yeah, Word will do it. As Ken states, just Save As, and locate Other Formats. Within there will be RTF. All the best.

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