What's a blog?

 Today I tell you what a blog is? 

When I tell people I write a blog, a lot of people say: Do you do vlogs?? And I'm like, 'No I don't, because writing and filming vlogs is something else. 

Today I am explaining the difference between a vlog and a blog. 

The difference is not big! Vlog is for youtube, 

Blog: It's for a website that has a domain. 

Vlog: It is to record a day or in general consists of video clips. 

Blog: It is a crafty site because it is text and does not contain videos it only contains images. 

Vlog: You need to edit a video and learn how to do it, because for me it's an art. 

Blog: but I can edit text and add pictures! If you need them. 

These are kind of the basic differences between a vlog and a blog. The difference is also that a Vlog has a V at the beginning of it, while a Blog has a B at the beginning. 

Blog and vlog are both popular forms of online content creation, but they differ in several key ways. The most important difference between a blog and a vlog is the medium through which they convey information and engage with an audience.

A blog, short for "weblog", is a type of website or online platform where individuals or organisations regularly publish written content in the form of articles or posts. Blogs usually consist of text entries arranged in reverse chronological order, with the most recent post appearing at the top. These entries may cover a variety of topics, including personal experiences, opinions, news, guides, reviews and others. Blogs often allow readers to leave comments and engage in discussions with the author and other readers.

On the other hand, a vlog, short for "video blog", is a type of online content that primarily uses video as its main means of communication. Vlogs are essentially video diaries or journals in which the creators share their thoughts, experiences or expertise through recorded videos. Vlogs can cover a variety of topics such as travel, lifestyle, fashion, beauty, technology, gaming and many others. Unlike blogs, vlogs are not text-based but focus on visual storytelling through videos. Viewers can watch these videos on platforms such as YouTube or Vimeo and engage with the creator through comments and likes.

The most important difference between a blog and a vlog is the medium they use. Blogs are based on written text, while vlogs use mainly video content. In addition, blogs tend to offer a higher level of engagement and interaction through comments and discussions, while vlogs focus more on visual storytelling through recorded videos.

I have been assisted in my writing by artificial intelligence, known as AI. I can tell you more about it another day as I have a friend who wrote his thesis in AI. 

That will be all for this post I enjoyed writing and you enjoyed reading so we/both/each/you win. Jes! See you again in the next post in 4 days. Have a great day and keep it up.