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How to Start a Weblog

Have you ever tried to explain how to start a blog to someone? Just point them to this post – Introduction to Blogging – its a great introduction including definitions of, tools and some great starting points.

He’s also written Part II – Syndication.

Also on the topic of how to start a blog:
- How do I start my own blog?
- The Why and How of Blogging
- Starting a Blog with Moveable Type

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Comments

  1. sucklemons says:

    G’day, thanks for putting up this info in a digestable form.

    I have a site which has used a forum /open style / for some years.
    To cut to the chase, I need to know if a weblog /RSS/XML/type of forum, always requires a user to login? I see this as a potential barrier to free expression and from my own experience, it tends to turn people away.
    Can you explain if ‘membership’ is a core requirement by the owners of the technology?
    Thanks, I’ve bookmarked your sites and will examine them when I don’t have to battle my way across Melbourne to the airport to pick-up overseas guests . . .

    JH

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for opening a wonderfully new sight..I wish you the best of luck with your new venture.

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