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What is the difference between a blogger and webmaster?
If I own a blog site am I consider a webmaster?
All of the above can be considered "webmaster", despite not mastering anything.
Please, don't use the word "engineer", though, unless you have a solid understanding of Object Oriented Programming, relational databases, etc.
A webmaster runs the site, whether it is a blog or a website of another type. They may or may not write the content.
A blogger writes content, and may know nothing of the workings of the blog platform, although most bloggers at least learn to run the basics themselves.
They may simply write for another's site, so they don't necessarily have access to the admin side of the blog.
Many are both. I am webmaster and blogger for my sites and blogs.
by Trudy Cooper2 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by kreate5 years ago
What's the difference between blogger.com and blogspot.com?
by Pinky de Garcia3 years ago
These two words make me confused. I checked for some resources but fail to satisfy or give me a clear comparison between the two.
by krazzycollections7 years ago
what is the basic difference between c and c++ languages?
by Pascale Skaf Saliba6 years ago
Is an RSS feed of my hub on my blogger site considered content on the blog site?
by Meredith Loughran4 years ago
What's the difference between a hub and a blog?I noticed there was a reference to it when I signed up for hubpages but I was under the impression hubpages was an "informative" type of blogging. Am I...
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