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The Truth About Blogging And Its Intended Purpose Before Monetization Made It All Wrong

  When blogging was emerging, I was doing an all out research on what it is. Will I fit in? Because in my life, as much as I wanted to become a writer as it is a childhood interest that became an emotional outlet and passion. I am ashamed to call myself one because the meaning doesn't fit. Blogging seems like an easy option for someone who loves to put life's experiences into litany of words. Now I have a name, I can call myself a blogger without turning my mirror around so I won't see myself. Even though I studied journalism briefly. This new label is a moderate. I can't call myself a journalist nor a writer. This invented 'Blogger or Vlogger' is a littlle gentle. Blogging has its primary and profound purpose. That is documenting something and write about it for the world when the mainstream media cannot. It became very effective writing about a marginalized community and people where the journalists cannot reach them. At the offing, blogging is a tool to infor

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