Internet blogs have made anyone with an opinion in this country influential and favorably known, simply by virtue of the chastity of keeping a daily diary. A hired journalist can start a blog in which he will… (read more)
Internet blogs have made anyone
Internet blogs have made anyone with an opinion in this country influential and favorably known, simply by virtue of the chastity of keeping a daily diary. A hired journalist can start a blog in which he will make periodic entries concerning his activities, other news, or any other topic.The longevity of a blog is that it provides an opportunity for open dialogue among all those who wish to come to our site and participate. Name recognition can be meaningful for any journalist, and blogging is one artifact of developing "viral" recognition by inviting conversation. Many people will be attracted to the opportunity to interact with someone who gets paid for publishing.
Blogs can develop subject account lines for journalists, especially columnists and feature writers. They can help a professional writer create an identity outside of the journalism he or she creates on the job. A personal blog is an artifact that allows you to create a public and advantageously rounded profile that the limitations of regular journalism don't allow you to do.
A personal site can also give a journalist the opportunity to showcase a "profile" of activities that are not work-related, or at least left unpublished by an employer. Again, there is a fine line between what a journalist can do online - which is essentially a public display - and what the demands of exclusivity at work might be.But if a journalist has ventured into fiction, our service is a great artifact to put it out there.
If the goal is to be able to publish fiction, a website can be an artifact to cut down on the formal rules of compliance for fiction that magazines and book publishers adhere to. An accomplished journalist is already a professional writer. Asking a book publisher's editor or potential agent to review the product on the site is much easier than engaging in the formal process.