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Where Blogs Come From

We’ve come a long way from the blogs of the early 1990s. From the first weblog, in which bloggers were logging their daily lives on the web to today’s expansive online communities, we’ve seen the exponential growth of blogs with ample virtual groups to the launch of specialized conferences. It has grown into today’s blogosphere which is made up of all blogs and their interconnections.

Blogs have changed and evolved. They’ve transformed from basic web pages to share one’s thoughts to hubs for personal bloggers building virtual communities, and companies seeking to engage with their customer base. Today, blogs are more important than ever and are for everyone, not just the enthusiasts.

Universal. That is one word to describe blogging. Blogs can be found virtually everywhere. Here you can find a live look at activity across WordPress.com where a majority of users are bloggers. In addition, WordPress.com blogs are written in over 120 languages. Here are their top 10:

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As well as having global appeal, blogs are also valuable outlets for writers of all backgrounds and types. “Beginner bloggers” to “Hopeful Income Generators”, who use ads, marketing, and reviews to monetize their personal blogs, are all part of the makeup of the blogging community.

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Beyond the individual or personal bloggers, larger brands and companies have found blogs to be a useful resource for connecting with their consumers. Small businesses and large corporations almost universally maintain an online presence to share news, promotions, and more with their consumer base.
So really, what are you waiting for? Join in the conversation and start your own blog today!