Earning from the Internet

Blogger

Blogger 

Blogger on the servers of blogger.com. The hosted blog is known as a subdomain of blogspot.com, and the blog can be hosted on a private domain purchased by the user From a domain registrar

was first launched in August 1999 by Bayra Labs, one of the first blogging platforms in the history of the Internet. In February 2003, Bayra Labs was sold to Google under undisclosed terms. By purchasing a blogger, Google made available exclusive paid features that Bayra Labs had prepared to be free. About a year later, Evan Williams, co-founder of Bayra, left Google.

In 2004 Google released Picasa and included it and the Hello photo sharing feature for to allow users to add images to their blog content.

On May 9, 2004 introduced a new design and added some new features such as the ability to edit templates, individual archive pages for topics and comments, and email blogging.

Technology Blogger 

Old blogs were just manually updated components of popular websites. In 1995, “Internet Diaries” was published on Ty, Inc. The website was produced and updated manually before any blogging software was available. Posts are created to appear in reverse chronological order by manually updating text-based HTML code using real-time FTP multiple times per day. For users, this provided the appearance of a live diary with multiple new entries per day. At the beginning of each new day, the new journal entries were manually encoded into a new HTML file, and at the beginning of each month, the journal entries were archived in their own folder containing a separate HTML page for each day of the month. Lists with links to the most recent diary entry were then manually updated throughout the site. This text-based method for organizing thousands of files served as a springboard for identifying future blogging patterns that were captured by blogging software developed years later.

The development of electronic and software tools to facilitate the production and maintenance of published web articles in reverse chronological order has made publishing possible for a much larger and less technically inclined group. Ultimately, this resulted in a distinct category of online publishing that spawned the blogospheres we recognize today. For example, using some kind of browser-based software is now a typical aspect of “blogging”. Blogs can be hosted by dedicated blog hosting services, on regular web hosting services, or run using blog software.

increase in popularity

After a slow start, blogging quickly gained huge popularity.

Bruce Ableson launched an open diary in October also 1998, which quickly developed into thousands of online diaries. also Open Diary created Reader Comment, becoming the first blog community and where readers can add comments to other writers’ blog entries.

Brad Fitzpatrick started LiveJournal in March 1999.

Andrew Smales created Pitas.com in July 1999 as an easier alternative to maintaining a “news page” on a website, followed also by DiaryLand in September 1999, focusing more on the personal and diary community.

but Blogging Types

personal blogs

A personal blog is an ongoing online diary or commentary written by an individual, not a company or organization. While the vast majority of personal blogs attract very few readers, other than the blogger’s immediate family and friends, few personal blogs have become so popular that they have attracted lucrative advertising sponsorship. Few personal bloggers have become famous, both in the online community and in the real world.

Blogger 

Corporate and Institutional Blogger 

Also blog can be private, as in most cases, or it can be for business, non-profit organizations, or government purposes.

Blogger history Blogger 

Blogger  was first launched also in August 1999 by Bayra Labs, one of the first blogging platforms undisclosed terms. By purchasing a blogger, Google made available exclusive paid features that Bayra Labs had prepared to be free. About a year later, Evan Williams, co-founder of Bayra, left Google.

In 2004 Google released Picasa and included it and the Hello photo sharing feature for to allow users to add images to their blog content.

On May 9, 2004 introduced a new design and added some new features such as the ability to edit templates, individual archive pages for topics and comments, and email blogging.

Technology Blogger 

The development of electronic and software also tools to facilitate the production and maintenance of published web articles in reverse chronological order has made publishing possible for a much larger and less technically inclined group. and Ultimately, this resulted in a distinct category of online publishing that spawned the blogospheres we recognize today. For example, using some kind of browser-based software is now a typical aspect of “blogging”.

increase in popularity Blogger 

After a slow start,also blogging quickly gained huge popularity. Bruce Ableson launched an open diary in October 1998, which quickly developed into thousands of online diaries. also Open Diary created Reader Comment, becoming the first blog community where readers can add comments to other writers’ blog entries.

Brad Fitzpatrick started LiveJournal in March 1999.

Andrew Smales created Pitas.com in July 1999 as an easier alternative to maintaining a “news page” on a website, followed by DiaryLand in September 1999, focusing more on the personal diary community.

Blogging Types

personal blogs

A personal blog is an ongoing online diary or commentary written by an individual, not a company or organization. While the vast majority of personal blogs attract very few readers, other than the blogger’s immediate family and friends, few personal blogs have become so popular that they have attracted lucrative advertising sponsorship. Few personal bloggers have become famous, both in the online community and in the real world.

Collaborative blogging or group blogging

The majority of high-level collaborative blogs are based on one unifying topic, such as politics, technology, or advocacy. also In recent years, the blogosphere has seen the emergence and growing popularity of more collaborative efforts, often created by bloggers already willing to pool time and resources, to reduce the stress of maintaining also popular website and attracting more readers.

Corporate and Institutional Blogs

A blog can be private, as in most cases, or it can be for business, non-profit organizations, or government purposes. Companies use internal corporate blogs to promote communication, culture, and employee engagement in the company. Companies and other organizations also use external publicly accessible blogs for marketing, branding, or public relations purposes. and Some organizations have a blog written by their CEOs;

or similar names; Typical use is to inform members and other interested parties of club and member activities.

Redesign

In September 2009, Google introduced new features to as part of also its 10th anniversary celebration. Features included a new interface for editing posts, improved image processing, raw HTML conversion, and other Google Docs-based applications, including:

Add location to posts via geolocation.

After the time stamp in publication, not in the original creation .

Modify the link in build mode.

Full support for Safari 3 on both Windows and MacOS

New toolbar with Google aesthetics, faster loading speed, and “undo” and “redo” buttons. He also added a full justification button, a strike-through button, and an expanded color palette.

In 2010, introduced new templates and redesigned its website.

In Nepal, 10 prominent bloggers signed the Ethics Code, which was first proposed by Ujwal Acharya and finalized after a discussion among bloggers, on July 27, 2011.

According to the New York Times, O’Reilly and others based their initial list on a list developed by the women’s blogging support network BlogHer and, working with others, came up with a list of seven suggested ideas:

Take responsibility not only for your own words, but for the comments you allow on your blog.

Mark your tolerance level for offensive comments.

Consider excluding anonymous comments.

Do not feed the trolls.

Take the conversation offline, talk live, or find a moderator who can do it.

If you know someone who is behaving badly, tell them.

Don’t say anything online that you wouldn’t say in person.

ban blogger

Cuba

Fiji

India (some ISPs in 2012 blocked the IP address on the Federal List of Extremist Materials in 2011)

  • Iran
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Pakistan

People’s republic of China

Russian Federation (some ISPs in 2012 block the IP address on the Federal List of Extremist Material in 2011)

Syrian Arab Republic

Vietnam

To whom

Section of the URL

limitations

imposes the following restrictions on content storage and bandwidth per user account:

blog description – 500 characters max; However, if someone subscribes to a Google+ account, photos less than 16 megapixels (4920 x 3264) will not count toward this storage limit.

Number of Posts – There is no limit to the number of posts one can write in one blog. However, only 50 posts can be published per day before the user is required to go through the verification process. [citation needed]

Image size – if posted via Phone , up to 250KB per image;

Number of Pages – There is no limit to the number of pages you can have in one blog

Team members (those who can write to a blog) – 100 invites per blog

favicon – any square image less than 100KB

Repeated violations may lead to suspension of your Google account.

beta blogger

On August 14, 2006, launched the latest version of the program entitled Beta, the code name is Invader, and here blogger users have been merged with Google users, this version contains effective features

And completely new possibilities, such as the possibility of designing the template without the need to use HTML or CSS or even knowledge of either of them, and it also allowed the classification feature, which allows the user to write his topics under a specific classification name of his choice, in addition to more respect for privacy through the permission to read feature and with it The user can block his blog from everyone or give permission to some users only to browse his blog..etc. In the beginning, this version was available only to those who originally had blogs on the old version of the program, but now the program is available to everyone without any conditions, only that the user has a Google account Or Gmail, and this is very simple, because Google allows the use of one account for all of its services, including , of course.

There is also Avast

hard blogger

CSS While Beta does not require all this knowledge.

in other languages

Arabic support for blogger

There is the official help forum and there are also sites for developing the Arabic latform.

Other properties

Google Toolbar contains a feature called “BlogThis!.” This feature allows users of this toolbar who have an account with to put direct links in their blogs.

supports Google Adsense service as an easy way to generate profit by starting a blog through .

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