How do Articles differ from Blogs?
Are there distinct differences or are we talking about essentially the same things?
Well, you see blogs are websites that people usually talk about their lives, opinions or other things. Articles are written pieces that do essentially the same thing. The difference being that a blog has a host of things while an article is just one thing.
A blog is simply adding your thoughts to a running conversation. You don't need to state the topic or explain anything other than your own thoughts.
An Article has to begin by stating a topic and then explore that topic or some aspect of the topic. It should have a beginning a middle and an end.
A blog is basically all middle. Whoever started the blog has given the begining and it may or may nit have any end, most blogs tend to veer of topic and split until they just die out.
To me a blog post is an entry about your life, or a musing, or something random that can serve absolutely no purpose.
A hub, on the other hand, should have some sort of purpose to help or inform others.
Articles are lengthier than blog posts and are more subject describing than the blog posts.
A blog can be like this:
I went to the store today, and people were being, like, totally mean and stuff. I hate mean people. mean people totally, like, they suck - and stuff, you know what I mean? mean sucky people suck.
/\ that's a blog. I see blogs like that. That crap won't cut it, and won't make a penny in twenty years.
by erinshelby 3 years ago
What sites exist that are free to use, that allow writers to create any content (like HP), where you can make money?
by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
I've been seriously starting to look at article submission software and ideas, and I was wondering what some of you are using? I know Lissie has a blog on this software,http://100sites-lissie.blogspot.com/200 … -cool.html which looks good, but I wanted to get more feedback on some other...
by John Welford 11 years ago
I'm not trying to be disloyal to Hubpages - far from it - but I have a specific request about its competitors. I am currently writing an article for a professional newsletter aimed at my fellow librarians, a profession which is getting into a tiswas about its public image. I wish to encourage...
by Thomas Swan 4 years ago
I have some questions for the experienced bloggers here.I used to have a Bubblews account that I deleted when their dishonest practices became clear to me. I was careful to copy my 70 posts into a word document to use another time. The posts are reasonably well written, original, evergreen, and...
by Michal 3 years ago
I am sorry if I ask a silly thing. I never had a blog and I feel all blogs in a world, even blogger is difficult for me to keep with. I wanted to kindly ask if someone could explain me If blog can help with traffic to my hubpages. How it needs to be set so no rules would be crossed. I trully wish...
by MountainManJake 6 years ago
Do you have your own blog?If so, why do you still write on HubPages?
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