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Reasons to start a personal blog
People start personal blogs for all sorts of reason. Some do it to keep far-flung family members updated on what's going on in their own neck of the woods. Some do it to share information on their progress with a particular medical struggle. Some people have personal blogs simply as a means of chronicling their daily life and have no intention of really sharing it with anyone. There was even a homeless college student in New York, who was sleeping in the school's library and bathing in its bathrooms who kept a blog of his daily experiences. Personal blogs are the essence of the blog movement. It is all about personal expression. If you are motivated to start a blog, you can learn more about it at Blogger.com, TypePad.com or any of the other blog hosting services popular today.

Starting a personal blog
If you own a computer or have access to a computer (at your local library, for example) and have an Internet connection, then you pretty much know everything you need to know to start a personal blog. There are a ton of blog hosting services today, and each of them provides easy registration, templates, and online support to guide you through the process of setting up a personal blog. One of the most popular blog hosts is LiveJournal.com. LiveJournal offers users a simple-to-use, customizable blogging tool. Registration at the basic level is free, but you can upgrade for a fee and gain access to a wider selection of tools and features.

About personal blogs
A personal blog is a chronologically organized electronic journal that is updated regularly--some daily, some weekly, some less frequently--and that is hosted on the Internet. Much like a diary in format, personal blogs can contain any type of information you want to post in your entries. People of every race, color, creed, religious, political, and ethnic background and with interests and hobbies too numerous to count have started personal blogs. Some do it as a means of personal expression, to participate in the online community, or to be a citizen journalist reporting on the day-to-day events in their own neighborhood, town, city, state, or country.

Joining a blogging community
If you have a personal blog, joining a blog community is a great idea if you want to share your blog with an ever-expanding audience. A blog that is not connected to a community is in isolation. Blog communities tend to come together around a common point of interest such as a hobby, a profession, or some other specific experience or interest. Membership in a blog community will boost visits to your blog. If you are using your blog to generate revenue, more readers means more revenue. If you are using your blog strictly as a means of keeping family updated or as a purely personal outlet, joining a blog community may not make sense for you. You can read more about blog communities and personal blogs at Ready, Set, Blog's Web site.

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