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25 blogging styles and when to use each one

I was asked the other day for some advice on blogging. I’m still learning and there are some great bloggers out on the CoP platform that you should check out.

But I did come across this by Rohit Bhorgova. I didn’t realise there where so many styles of blogging. I’ve picked a few from the 25 examples. And remember the figures are if you want to make an impact across the web.

 

Instant Blogging– Sharing Insights, original ideas, commentary or trends on a particular topic. Many consider this the most difficult type of blogging to do.

  • Max times per week: 5+
  • Buzz Index: 4
  • Difficulty: Hard

Ambition Blogging – Blogging about something with the aim of trying to attain it – usually by targeting the decision makers through the blog post.

  • Max times per week: 1
  • Buzz Index: 2
  • Difficulty: Easy

Meme Blogging – Starting a thread of discussion by sharing your response to a query and then challenging other bloggers to answer it on their own blogs.

  • Max times per week: 1
  • Buzz Index: 5
  • Difficulty: Medium

Announcement Blogging – Break news about an announcement or news that was not previously available elsewhere. For maximum effect, being the first to break the news matters most.

  • Max times per week: 5+
  • Buzz Index: 5
  • Difficulty: Hard

Link Blogging – Collecting a series of links to websites, blogs or other online content to create a list of resources with links in a single blog post.

  • Max times per week: 2
  • Buzz Index: 4
  • Difficulty: Medium

Evangelist Blogging – Passionate blog post sharing an affinity and support for a social cause, organisation, product or individual that you believe in.

These posts are meant to inspire others to believe in the same thing.

  • Max times per week: 5+
  • Buzz Index: 3
  • Difficulty: Medium
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