Blogger – How Does Blogger Work?


Blogger – How Does Blogger Work?

Recently, we have been hearing a lot about Google’s blogging platform called Blogger. The buzz is not only about the fact that it is a blogging tool but also about the many ways it is being used by internet users around the world. Blogger allows anyone to create a personal blog and to update it regularly with content that they own the copyright to. We will explore the most common ways people use Blogger and how you can benefit from using this awesome service.

Writers and podcasters dominate the blogging scene with over twenty million blogs listed on Google alone. Blogger is another free blogging site available from the Google Play Store. If you are looking for ways to monetize your blog, Blogger could be a great place to start. Many bloggers have discovered that if they write popular posts that are syndicated on blogs such as Gurlgate and HubPages, they can earn some money with their posts by selling advertising space. Some marketers charge per click through or some may allow advertising on their pages without paying for the space in advance.

If your blog posts are informative and interesting enough, you might consider submitting them to other social media websites. Some popular social media websites include Twitter and Facebook. By putting your blog posts on these websites, it would be easier for readers to find your posts and take part in the conversation. It is even possible to sell advertising space in your social media posts by using third party software like Google AdSense.

One of the hottest trends in blogging is backlinking. Blogs can contain links back to their homepages which serve as the starting point for a chain of blogs or websites. When readers of one of your blog posts visit other blogs in the chain, they can read more about you and even follow your links back to your website. This is a great way to gain exposure among a wide variety of audiences.

With technology constantly changing, many websites have included blogging features. For example, WordPress allows users to update their blogs in real time while Twitter posts can be viewed on the fly. Other websites offer forums where bloggers can connect to others who are interested in topics similar to theirs. If you are interested in becoming a blogger, it would be a good idea to check out the many websites out there in order to make the most of your blogging experience.

In all, blogging is a growing trend that is not only for independent individuals but also for small businesses. As the Internet becomes more popular, more people will need ways to stay in touch and update their blogs on a daily basis. In order to become successful at blogging, it would be important to determine what platform works best for you. Although there are several different blogging platforms available, it is important to choose a platform that you are comfortable with and that allows you to easily update your blog post.

Trending and Social Media

Twitter uses a hash mark (#) system to track conversations on the platform. What does this mean to the business owner? Well, when you have a large number of followers on Twitter it becomes very easy to notice if there is a large trend being made. It becomes relatively easy to follow along and notice the trends that other followers are noting. This is useful to identify a need for your product or service and to build a following around a certain segment of customers. Trending on Twitter also helps to create buzz about a business and its offerings.


In Facebook, similarly, a hash mark, word, or subject which is noted a higher rate than others in a long conversation is said to be a trending topic or a “hot topic”. Trends in Facebook also become popular either due to an outside event which prompts people to discuss a certain topic or due to users themselves adding to the conversation. A couple of examples of hot topics on Facebook include “the fastest way to earn money” and “books”. The former is likely to continue to gain popularity as more information is revealed via YouTube videos, blog posts, and news stories. The latter’s momentum is likely to ebb and flow as interest wanes and interest grows. Trending topics on Facebook appear less frequently as interest wanes.

There is another aspect to trending on Facebook that bears watching. Trending in Facebook and Twitter is influenced by how other users are trending. For example, if I were to look at the discussion of the recent Sony Hack, I would see many people discussing their feelings regarding the event, what it means for the industry, and what they think should be done next. Those discussions would include words like “security,” “eurility,” “vandalism,” and “doxxing.” These words, as well as others would show me the trends being discussed in real time as they occur on the internet.

I believe the best way to understand what’s happening in a trending topic is to keep an eye out for two very different hashtags: #wakeup and #townhall hashtag. For example, if I were to look at the trending topics for my local town hall, I would find mentions of “health care reform” along with “socialize.” Although the town hall hashtags do not have #burglarizing or #eurility in them, I am able to see the connections created by the words in the hashtags.

What I have found most interesting about trending is that while businesses may be involved in the trending topic to promote themselves or their product, the conversation itself can have real-world impact. Take, for example, the recent uprising in Egypt against the Muslim Brotherhood. Many Americans flooded the social media platform tweeting that they were trending Egypt, and many pictures were posted showing solidarity with the people of Egypt. The trending of a topic has indeed had an impact in the real world. But it also likely created a micro-blogging platform where opinions could easily be polarized and sensationalized.

When it comes to brands using trending as part of their strategy, one must realize that brands need to think about how their content is evolving over time. If brands want to engage consumers on an emotional level, they have to make sure that the content they are creating reflects that. Video content, live videos, and tweets all need to be more representative of the brand so that users feel like the brand has “behind” the content. I believe the trend of trending is good, but it is far from perfect.