Naman asked 4 years ago
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Varsha answered 4 years ago

There are different kinds of blogs and bloggers in this blogging world who blog to reach specific goals. During ’90s first type of blogger appeared. These were people who wanted to take their daily journal online to share their experiences, feelings, and innermost thoughts with an audience.But now it can be devided in various groups like
1. Personal Blog:  Personal bloggers don’t have to fight the barrier to entry of setting up a website. They can use BloggerWordPressTumblr, and similar networks to start a blog. They can write anything depends on their interest.
2. Business Blogs: Business bloggers are those who blog for their business. That could be a business they own or the company they work for. The business blogger’s goal is to gain more exposure, traffic, and ultimately customers for their business.
3. Professional Blogs: These are are those who blog to make money online. In other words, their career goal is to earn a salary through their blogging efforts. Professional bloggers tend to either focus on one blog or many niche blogs to generate revenue.
4. Reverse Blogs: Reverse or guest host blogs are a unique but modern type of blog. Instead of the owner creating content, the content is supplied by the public. A reverse blog has a team who moderate posts, prevent unpleasant interactions and promote slow topics for greater interactivity. The trick here would be how do you attract different writers who already have a reputation online and in most cases, they would help you promote your blog by sharing pieces of content that they’ve posted with their audiences, usually on social media.
5. Affiliate Blogs: Affiliate bloggers are those that blog to generate affiliate marketing commissions. Instead of creating their own products, they write blog posts that review products by others. The goal is to encourage visitors to purchase those products. An affiliate blogger typically writes review posts on affiliate products.
6. Freelance Blogs: Freelance bloggers are those who are paid for providing services, for example writing content for other businesses. If you are looking for a way to get paid for writing as a service and have experience in blogging, freelance blogging is the way to go.