I don’t need proof that the blog is alive and well. I don’t support the theory microblogging in its various forms has overtaken the blog with its bite sized, rapid fire delivery.
I don’t need to look any further than the live blog as an entity to prove that not only is the trusty web log still an essential piece of any social media marketers toolkit, but also that it’s still a dynamic medium capable of extending to incorporate various forms of microblogging to provide inclusive, up to date content (contributed by multiple authors no less).
This isn’t my headline or my research – it’s simply the title of a great article I read back in November and tweeted about.
I love Roy Greenslade’s definition of live blogging: Continue reading The “live” blog: Proof that the blog is alive & well