Blog Netiquette Rules are the code of using web logs to track an opinion. Opinions are offensive for many reasons. There are customs of creating this type of content to separate an opinion from an argument. Reasonable rhetoric creates a standalone argument. This is a recurrent theme throughout the guidelines.
This form of writing is opinion. These opinion are very informative. Many traditional news sources use it to report information. The data included can be persuasive. This is why reasons should be stated.
The very nature of a post is one that may change. Opinions change over time. News stories develop as more information is learned. They can be compared to a hypothesis in some cases. Articles would be theories in this analogy. Customary guidelines ensure a hypothesis.
The common conventions bloggers practice when posting and commenting. This is Social Media. The second layer of Netiquette. A sub-category.
Attack issues, topics and subjects, in posts. More »
Write about one topic per post. More »
Permalink each post. More »
Consider posts opinion, not fact. More »
Cite references. More »
Use small paragraphs. More »
Moderate comments. More »
Respond appropriately to post comments. More »
Post regularly. More »
Comment on other blogs. More »
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