Can My Blog function as something else other then Web Journal?
What can Blogs be used for, other then classic Web Journal
Date: 2/13/2005 11:00:33 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 6943 times
Yes, CureZone Web Logs can be used for other purposes.
Here are just few examples:
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Newsfeeds (collection of links to latest news)
- Homepage (single author web site)
You can use Blog to create an FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).
The calssic example of FAQ is this particular blog that I am making, it is actually a FAQ about CureZone Blogs ...
here are a few ideas for FAQ Blogs that you may choose to create:
FAQ about Master Cleanse
FAQ about Alkaline/Acide Ballance
FAQ about Parasites Cleansing
FAQ about Colonics
FAQ about Raw Food Eating
FAQ about Blood Type Diet
FAQ about Candida and Candidiasis
FAQ about Amalgam
FAQ about Vaccinations
FAQ about Liver Flush
Another way of using CureZone Blogs is as a newsfeed.
If you like to read and follow health news on thew web, you can make a Health News Blog and include links to most interesting articles into your blog daily or weekly.
Another way of using your CureZone Blog is as a Homepage.
Making a web page takes a lot of time, and also some HTML skills.
But, by using simple interface of the CureZone Blogs, you can in no time create a web page containing unlimited number of pages.
You don't need to know HTML, you don't have to think about organizing your pages, you don't have to think about organizing links to your pages ... CureZone Blogs software does it for you automatically.
All you have to do is take care of a single page at any given time.
Many people who start their personal homepage quickly loose interest for it once they find out how much time it takes to make sure that all the links and all the pages are up to date.
It may look simple at first, but people spend months for just making a simple 3-page web site.
On the other side, people who choose to make their "web site" by using CureZone Blog software have no problem maintaining not 1, but 5 or 10 different web logs, and it takes them just a few hours.
Compared to creating and maintaning home page, creating and maintaning CureZone Blogs is at least 20-50 times easier (trust me, I know it, I have done both).
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