Blogging news stories as they happen is a very exciting way that blog owners have discovered to make their blogs more desirable to their readers. One thing that makes the world of blogging so active is the fact that it is possible to update a blog promptly, so the news on blogs tends to be more current than the newspaper, magazines or even on television. Unlike news delivered by other media, news that appears on blogs is virtually quick because it doesn’t have to go through a series of writers before it reaches the public eye. It’s some very nice advantages, and some not so great disadvantages.
One of the most memorable cases of news hitting a blog before appearing in other media happened in 2005 when panic minted London and passengers were evacuated from a subway car near an exploding market. One man took several photos of the scene regarding his cell phone, and in the hour these images were online and being seen by people all over the world. What is this great of the devastation spread quickly with first person accounts appearing on blogs everywhere.
The fact that these stories and images were being spread directly Black Cube by individuals operating without the added filter of a press reporter helped to make the crisis feel very immediate to people across the globe. When it comes to blogging, news often appears in a very personal context. It’s the potential to be the beginning of an exciting new era of canceling, one that takes “New Journalism” to it’s logical next thing by putting the ability to shape how the news is written and read straight into the hands of the public.
Many bloggers and cultural commentators who are winners of the weblog movement think that this growing trend of individuals who getting their news from blogs is a good thing, because it makes the flow of information more democratic. By decentralizing the control of news, blogs allow more voices to enter the field of debate about important current events. However, many people are adamantly averse to the use of blogs as news outlets, and there are plenty of good arguments on this side of the debate. Unlike newspapers or television areas, few blogs have fact-checkers, and there is little attention paid to journalistic answerability on many blogs. This can lead to the rapid spread of misinformation. Which can ultimately cause unintended damage.
I guess what I am trying to say is that your blog should provide a service to your visitors. Whether it be education, information, entertainment or anything else, AND Then you can start adding monetization. And one final thing. BE UNIQUE. There are so many bloggers that are just writing what others are talking about because they think that is what folks want to hear. I know believe, who has feelings for you the alternative people are writing about, if you can do at least one of the the three things I have mentioned above, then you will never have to copy anyone because you will have a unique services of your.
So the simple information about blogging news stories is that it’s really a good idea to get breaking news fast, but the reader should also beware because all news is not always the right news. So next time you’re reading your favorite news blog just keep an open mind and be sure to check your facts!