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    Ok, so by now we all know that of a blog is and a lot of people run and operate a blog of our own personal. But have you heard of an vlog? If not, dont worry, it’s something has been around for just one year. A vlog, or video blog, can be a weblog using video since it’s primary presentation format. It is primarily a medium for distributing video content. Vlog posts usually are combined with text, images, and additional meta data to supply a context or overview for that video. Vlogs or videoblogs are manufactured by vloggers or videobloggers, as the act itself is known as vlogging or videoblogging.

    To be able you will see, it’s a branch off of your blog post but rather than writing content like I’m doing now, users present their information through some form of video format. This new version of blogging is intriguing to many because users believe it is more interesting than reading through pages of content. They would rather spend Ten minutes watching a relevant video of someone instead of read a piece of writing. I personally like both blogs and vlogs. In my opinion this will depend on the subject that is being depicted. If the topic is how to bake chocolate chip cookies (mmmm), then I’d rather see a vblog as someone actually making the cookies and talking me through it. However, if it’s an interest about how Google just launched their new news archive search, then I choose to read your site then need to watch and listen to someone talk about it for 10 minutes.

    Should you be interested in making your personal vlog, then Freevlog.org explains the best way to videoblog free of charge and Feevlog.org explains how to videoblog for a fee. Also, Typepad.com and Blip.tv are quite obvious turnkey solutions to consider. If you’re interested in watching and commenting on other people’s vlog works, then you can sign up to FireAnt.com or Mefeedia.com.

    I’m very interested to find out where vlogging takes us. I’m quite sure in the next year or so we will see several vlogs become famous for their content. We’ve seen it happen with blogging. Many sites including Fark, TechCrunch, BoingBoing, Gizmodo, and PopSugar are actually or on track to make vast amounts through their blogs. It’s a whole new advertising medium for companies and vlogging now adds a whole new sphere (vlogosphere) for this element.

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