sau khi bi chi trich mot cach nang ne ve noi dung cua cac blogs toan nhung thu nhi’ nho va hoi hot:(, hom nay se thay doi khong khi, viet mot cai blog “nghiem tuc”…
Contributed talk at ICMB 2006 (First International Congress on Market Blogging):
In the past few years, the theory of blogging has developed into a vast subject cultivated mostly by the teenagers, with well over a thousand webpages devoted to it. The theory of blogging has had a great influence not only on 8x generation, but on younger and elder ones as well, where blogs serve as quintessential ingredient of their life.
About six months ago, I started writting my very first blogs and received only ten comments for the most serious blog. This discouraging results motivate me to adapt a new method, the so-called market blogging (This method is pionnered by NVS and his blog perhaps is the first Vietnamese blog which reaches 100000 page views). Friends, friends of friends and others became interested in my blogs, and I quickly got 60+ comments for my second market blog (this blog however is removed for a private reason:P). There is no doubt that the study of marker blogging is going from strength to strength and is rapidly maturing.
An attractive feature of this method is that genuine applications bring to beautiful and interesting comments. Also, good work frequently results in the discovery of unexpected statements. In a recent blog, I unfortunately learnt that XX is a gay lover (I mean, he loves to talk about gay:P).
The aim of this talk is to bring together people who have done much work on serious blogs and experts on market blogs. The problems concerning market blogs vary greatly in creativity and interestingness, so this talk should not only enable junior bloggers to gain access to the methods of a large and very active field, but the blogging community should also benefit from the collective wisdom of market bloggers as to the direction of future blogs.