I would like to know what are the major writing types, styles, venues for the internet. So Far I have learned what a hub is and what a blog is, I hope. Are there more? And briefly what are they. Is there a good hub here that explains this. I have been exposed to much wonderous information here, yet absorbing it is a little overwhelming. So, I want to begin with the basics of writing on the internet, while publishing hubs and commenting on my new blog spot, which I believe are different writing formats. All advice, comments, and leads to sources are welcomed and appreciated.
Tsmog -- The Internet is your oyster if you're a decent writer. Literally. I'm a bit too exhausted right now to give you a comprehensive overview, but please PM me through my profile if you want a list of sites. I'm happy to help. As long as you're good, that is. If you suck, go away.
Thank you Irohner , , ,I will, yet decent I am not sure. I am still absorbing so much information while realizing I should just start posting hubs. Hub Pages isn't what I thought, even thought it is goes beyond expectations. Now, I have a good idea what a hub is and what a blog is. Now, I desire to write on both while merging them for learning linking etc. I think I need a good book or ebook. Thank you again, and remember to have fun, fun, fun
I wrote a hub on this topic some time ago. Here it is: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Make-Mon … -Instantly
The information on this hub needs to be updated as hubpages is no more the best writing website IMO.
Thank you for asking this question, I will be interested to read the responses to it.
I am looking for a site for writer's who wish to develop and 'stretch' their creative writing skills. Ideally it would offer constructive but not destructive crtique of writer's work.
However I will continue to use HubPages for 'practical' magazine style article writing.
I have attempted to write for Squidoo but find the process of putting together the articles there more time consuming than making a hub page. I have to admit that I am not good at promoting and getting traffic to the few lenses I have put together.
I have several (Blogspot) blogs but they are really about experimenting to see what works for my style of writing and interests. From the blogs that I have put together I have learnt about working a theme to adjust colours and layout to suit my own style.
BTW. If anyone is not happy with the set colours of the templates etc. and wants to alter them it is not difficult to do. You need the to edit them with the Advanced button on the Template designer to make adjustments to colours and widths for texts and side bars.
An active presence in the forums and discussions will equip you in the techniques of Internet publishing
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