comments 15.06.2009 Paul Shuteyev @ General

Social Network Blogging Techniques 2009: From A to Z



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Blogging is becoming increasingly popular and social networks are also extremely popular. Social networks include popular websites such as MySpace.com where users can create personal websites and interact with other users. These websites may include a wide range of components including text, images, audio, video and blogs. Here system users can voice their opinions, provided updates on their life, offer insight into current events or accomplish a number of other goals. However, bloggers who utilize a social network to maintain their blog should consider a few different factors. This article will discuss some of these factors including whether to make the blogs available to the public or keep the private, considering the audience of the blog and dealing with harassment through the blog.

Making Blogs Private or Public

Most social networks enable users to make their website either private or public. Private websites are only available to the user and other users he specifically approves to view his website while public websites are available to all users of the system. These same capabilities also apply to the blogs which are maintained on a social network. For this reason bloggers must determine whether or not they wish to make their blog posts available to the entire social network or to only a fraction of this network.

This decision will be largely based on a matter of personal preference. Social networks can be quite extensive and some bloggers may be apprehensive about their blog being available to such a large audience while other bloggers may have no apprehensions about the size of the potential audience. Bloggers should carefully consider this option before staring a blog but always have the option to change these settings after the blog has been established if they change their mind about the choice they originally made.

Considering the Blog Audience

Bloggers who utilize a social network to maintain a blog should also carefully consider the potential audience for the blog. Most social networks include a broad cross section of the general public. Therefore bloggers should be aware of this audience when posting a blog and should consider how the blog entries will be interpreted by blog audience members. While it will never be possible to avoid offending all potential audience members some bloggers may wish to consider at least attempting to ensure the blog entries they post are appropriate for all members of the social network. If this is not possible the blogger may consider making the blog private.

Dealing with Harassment through the Blog

Another aspect bloggers who use a social network to publish their blog should be aware of includes the potential for harassment from other members through the blog. This can be in the form of offensive comments posted in response to blog entries. Depending on the degree of the harassment the blogger may choose to ignore these comments or take stronger actions. Bloggers should review the policies of the social network and solicit their assistance in dealing with harassment from other users. In most cases dealing with the problem may be as simple as blocking the user from making comments on the blog but in some cases it may be necessary to contact the social network administrators in an attempt to get the user banned from the system. In this situation the administrators will review the situation and make a judgment regarding whether or not the user has violated the terms of service.

Social Network Blogging Techniques 2009: From A to Z
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Written by: Paul Shuteyev

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Responses (7) on "Social Network Blogging Techniques 2009: From A to Z"

  1. well, about the harassment – Internet, and also social networks, are full of X-plicit content, offensive texts and comments, porn/sex-chat commercials and so on. It’s connected with spamming too… hate this!

  2. 2 Sonny:

    You’re completely right man, Internet becomes more and more aggressive nowadays!

  3. With blogging you can tell what ever you wanna post and buzz the topic over social networking sites.

  4. The best information i have found exactly here. Keep going Thank you

  5. Me and my friend were quarrelling about blogging in social networks! Now I know that I was right. lol! Many thanks for the information you blog post. My best regards, Raina.

  6. Wow, marvelous blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is great, as well as the content!

  7. 2 Allyn:

    Thanks! I’m blogging for a little bit more than 3 years now.