Blogging Best Practices: Check Your Facts

Blogging has become a prevalent, accepted form of communication. But what are the pitfalls of blogging? And what does it mean exactly, “to blog”?

It used to be before the advent of the digital age, which evidently we’re into up to our eyeballs, that anything seen in print was gospel — it had to be the truth. Perhaps it was because print was expensive, and people didn’t believe that someone would spend money on something that wasn’t true. Who knows exactly why putting something in print was tantamount to putting it in cement? Certainly newspapers believed that to be so, and warned their reporters accordingly.

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