Difference Between Website Vs Blog!

Well, As the saying goes:

‘All apples are fruits but not all fruits are apples.’

Similarly,

‘All blogs are websites but not all websites are blogs.’

The major difference between the two types, blog and a static website is about the content refreshment. The major content of website remains the same. Though the webmaster could add additional pages to the website to increase the content, but the order by which the information is presented could not be later changed.

That idea supports the Blog vs Website theory. There are few technical differences, as to how the data is presented to the readers. We would also discuss couple of reasons due to which blogs are highly considered now days, to present data online.

However, what some of you might not be aware of is the major difference between the two and how these two make a difference to the global world with their presence. Let me put some light to the major differences between a blog and a website.

A blog (a blend of the term web log) is a type of website or part of a website supposed to be updated with new content from time to time.

Examples of blogs are famous news magazines such as buzzfeed, techCrunch, Lifehacker or news sites such as The New York Times, CNN, BCC, DNA etc. that publish stories on daily basis. Or even sites ran by individuals on a specific niche such as this blog!

A website is a collection of related web pages, including multimedia content, typically identified with a common domain name, and published on at least one web server.

Examples of websites is everything that exists on ! Because a website is the mother term given to all sites that you browse online including the blogs. Whether it may be social media networks like Facebook/Twitter or Ecommerce sites such as eBay, amazon, Alibaba or community forums such as stackoverflow, Google forums or Quora.

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-Some Common FAQ’S!

1) What is the difference between a blog and vlog?

A video blog is mostly comprised of videos taken by you, of you, or about a particular subject. There truly isn’t much difference. A vlog uses videos where a blog primarily uses text. The same publishing platforms can be used and a video can be put on a blog while text may be added on a vlog.

2) How do you create a blog?

If that’s the case, see this guide for installing WordPress manually (not recommended for beginners, though).**Go to http://www.HostGator.com and then click “Start Your WordPress Blog”. … **Pick a Domain name for your blog. … **Choose your blog hosting plan. … **Complete your registration. … **Log in to your new account and install WordPress blog.

3) What is the difference between a website and a web page?

The difference between a website and a web page is that a website is a collection of web pages with information on a subject, and a web page is a smaller part of a larger website usually containing more specific information. If a website were a book, then a webpage would be a chapter in that book.

4) How do you use Blogger?

Use the Blogger dashboard**To manage a blog, click a blog’s title.**To create a new post, click New Post .**To see your posts, click Post list .**For other actions, click More Options.**To see how your blog looks, click View blog.

5) How do you start a WordPress blog?

To  write your first blog post, click on the Posts » Add New menu in your WordPress dashboard. You will see an editor area where you can write your first blog post. Once you’re done writing, go ahead and click on the Publish button on the right to publish your first blog post to the world.

Hope This Helps!

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