In 1997, Jorn Barger invented the term “weblog”, which he used to refer to “logging the web”. In 1999, “weblog” was shortened to “blog” by Peter Merholz. In the early days of blogs, the content was very personal, even a diary-like stream of thoughts. I was able to publish my own thoughts and people will be happy to read them. Even today, blogs are considered online diaries, but blogs have also developed a lot into commercial, marketing cornerstones and even a place to maintain work samples. 2. Blog and post, what’s the difference? So a blog is a website or one part of a homepage. published on a blog. I always laugh when I read on social media that “I published a new blog!”, because I wonder how many separate blogs or websites this person might have…
A post is a single piece of text
The blog has its own unique domain, for example, my blog can be found at https :// tiiakonttinen . fi / blog . The posts do not officially have their own unique domain, but are a continuation of the official domain. For example, the web address of this post is https :// tiiakonttinen . fi / mika – on – blog If I were to type only “mika-on-blogi” into the browser, I wouldn’t be able to get to this post. The address structure of the posts is an important part of the functionality of the blog. Each new data word in the address must be separated by a hyphen. If the words are written together, it is difficult for search engines to understand what the post is about. lot. In the old days, it was said that posts should be short texts containing no more than 300 words.
The length of the posts varies a
However, studies show that longer blog texts (1200+ words) get more reads and shares on social media than short ones. Long blog posts also have the opportunity to convince people more and lower the purchase decision. My longest blog post is over 5000 words long and is read regularly. 3. What is the difference between a page and a blog post? It is possible to make separate BS Leads pages and blog posts for blogs. These are not the same thing. Individual pages such as About, Contact or Start here are a bit heavier than a single blog post.