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BLOGS: A blog post is generally written in an informal or conversational style, e.g. "it's about a week since I last blogged". They typically express personal opinions, activities, and experiences, and it's best if fresh posts are published often. An overarching characteristic is that posts seek responses (comments) and they are often highly topical (for the moment). Use a ‘name’ for the author and remember to switch on ‘Comments’...

 

 

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DIARY: A diary post might be used as a regular personal record (today’s diary entry) or as a meeting report (Meeting Report from 12 June).

ARTICLES: An article post is generally more formally written than a blog post (think magazine articles), is perhaps more timeless in its shelf-life and is hardly ever very short (say more than 500 words).

MEDIA RELEASES: A media release is regarded as information provided to 'traditional media outlets' for the purpose of reported publication and public relations.

DIARY: A diary post might be used as a regular personal record (today’s diary entry) or as a meeting report (Meeting Report from 12 June).

ARTICLES: An article post is generally more formally written than a blog post (think magazine articles), is perhaps more timeless in its shelf-life and is hardly ever very short (say more than 500 words).

MEDIA RELEASES: A media release is regarded as information provided to 'traditional media outlets' for the purpose of reported publication and public relations.

DIARY: A diary post might be used as a regular personal record (today’s diary entry) or as a meeting report (Meeting Report from 12 June).

ARTICLES: An article post is generally more formally written than a blog post (think magazine articles), is perhaps more timeless in its shelf-life and is hardly ever very short (say more than 500 words).

MEDIA RELEASES: A media release is regarded as information provided to 'traditional media outlets' for the purpose of reported publication and public relations.

DIARY: A diary post might be used as a regular personal record (today’s diary entry) or as a meeting report (Meeting Report from 12 June).

ARTICLES: An article post is generally more formally written than a blog post (think magazine articles), is perhaps more timeless in its shelf-life and is hardly ever very short (say more than 500 words).

MEDIA RELEASES: A media release is regarded as information provided to 'traditional media outlets' for the purpose of reported publication and public relations.

DIARY: A diary post might be used as a regular personal record (today’s diary entry) or as a meeting report (Meeting Report from 12 June).

ARTICLES: An article post is generally more formally written than a blog post (think magazine articles), is perhaps more timeless in its shelf-life and is hardly ever very short (say more than 500 words).

MEDIA RELEASES: A media release is regarded as information provided to 'traditional media outlets' for the purpose of reported publication and public relations.

DIARY: A diary post might be used as a regular personal record (today’s diary entry) or as a meeting report (Meeting Report from 12 June).

ARTICLES: An article post is generally more formally written than a blog post (think magazine articles), is perhaps more timeless in its shelf-life and is hardly ever very short (say more than 500 words).

MEDIA RELEASES: A media release is regarded as information provided to 'traditional media outlets' for the purpose of reported publication and public relations.

 
 
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