Blog vs vlog.
This is the most important question I would have thought in my life, it was more important than how many marks I would score in my next academic year.
You get it.
It was very important, in my case.
Somehow I decided which one I should be going after.
In this blog, I will explain all you need to know about blog vs vlog and other things like the difference between vlogger and youtube and blog and website.
Right from what, how, why, when, where, who along with faq parts in this ultimate guide.
Make sure to read the blog till the end to get all your queries solved related to blog vs vlog.
Without further ado, let’s get started,
Here is a 30,000-foot view of the blog.
What is a blog?
A blog is in the simplest form is called an informational website, like this one you are reading.
It is a shortened term of the weblog.
Blog vs the website.
Many people misunderstand blog with a website.
Here are a few differences between blog and website you must know to avoid the misconception of both.
A blog is a type of website where it is frequently updated.
In the case of a website, the content is not updated, it remains static, unlike the blogs.
The posts in the blogs typically include media files like images, screenshots, graphics, videos, gifs, etc, based on the content format.
What is the structure of blogs?
Note: We are talking about blog posts and pages not the homepage of blogs.
Blogs’ structure is divided into 4 different parts.
- Header[head part or top].
- content[content part].
- Sidebar[side part of blog].
- Footer[foot part or end part of the blog].
Here is an image of how blogs is structured in:
In the header part, you will have different things related to blogs like logo, navigation menu, social media icons. search bar.
The next thing is the content part where the content of that specific topic is present.
In the sidebar, there will be a variety of sections like about the author, some recent posts, a call to action, some archives to different categories of blogs.
The footer contains different sections like recent comments, recent posts, some essential details of the blog, etc.
All these sections depend on the blog to blog, but in general, this is how the structure of the blog is going to be like.
how the blog works?
Blogs display information in reverse chronological order which means the latest published post appears first and vice versa.
Blogs are divided in 4 different sections, they are
lets know each.
Posts refer to the separate pages of content that are published on the blog.
Categories, as we all know, are the section where the relevant content to a specific topic is organized and arranged than randomizing it which gets easier for the reader to separate posts on topic wise.
Tags basically refer to what the content is all about on the page.
Coming to menus, it is that you see in the header part of the website.
home, blogging, guide’s, ideas, improvement, inspiration, about us.
These menus are paths that lead to different areas of content published on the blog.
Whats the purpose of blogs?
All these blog posts are written to rank in Google or other search engines like bing and yahoo where the audience who is searching for some query gets their answers through these blogs being ranked on google.
Ranking in top positions of search engines means more clicks, more traffic,more customers, more sales and growth of the blog and business as whole.
Google and other search engines acts as a middle man here to users, audiences as consumers, and bloggers as publishers.
Google ranks the blogs on the top 10 positions of the results page which is called SERPs analyzing the millions of blogs indexed at their database on 200 different factors.
Here are the 5 most important factors you need to remember to rank well on google.
- Quality content.
- Quality and relevant backlinks.
- Dwell time.
- Site loading speed.
If you do not know what backlinks, dwell time and ctr is then, here is what they mean.
Backlinks are links that are directing to your post from other sites in your industry.
What is quality backlink then?
Quality backlink means the relevancy of the backlink.
For example, if you have written a blog post on how to start affiliate marketing from scratch and you have got a backlink from a website which talks about cats and puppies, that is totally irrelevant and it looks shitty to google, harms your site as well.
Coming to dwell time is when a user clicked your site on a search engine like google, how much time is he staying on that site.
The more and higher the time someone stays on your site, the better for your site, and google’s algorithm thinks that people like that content, hence it gives a ranking boost.
Ctr is how many people have seen your site on search engine/ to how many people actually clicked on it.
Here is a quick video of how google search engine works actually.
5 best benefits of blogs!
There are many benefits of blogs but here we will talk only 5 best benefits of both starting and running blogs in 2020.
1. Expanding network and building an online brand.
When you start blogging it is a guaranteed way to build and expand your network, connections, and relations with people in the industry.
In blogging, you will learn about something called BACKLINKS.
You need to build these links from other sites initially and the best ways you can build them are.
- Guest blogging.
- Email outreach.
- Content marketing.
During this process, you will meet many people and surely expand your network.
Other than networking, blogging will also help you build your own online brand.
The more value you add to your customers consistently the higher your chances get of building an online brand.
2. Direct more customers for your existing business.
If you have a business already running and you are thinking of starting a blog, then you should definitely start one as when you do your SEO properly, with the time you will get traffic right from search engines like google and bing from other countries like America and Australia.
This helps you increase your customer base and expand your business to different countries.
3. Learn some important skills.
When you start blogging, you will learn many other skills other than just writing, here are some.
- Communication skills.
- Networking skills.
- Copywriting and content writing skills.
- Negotiation skills.
- Seo and marketing skills.
On top of making money and improving writing skills, you can learn these skills as well.
4. Every day is self-improvement.
When you enter blogging, as you select your niche, you just need to experiment out what technique works best for you.
Every day you need to learn new techniques and experiment out which work best for you.
Not just that, while writing blogs you need to do deep research and gain clear knowledge about the topic before writing a word about it in the blog.
You will learn and improve every single day.
You will get more disciplined and dedicated to blogging and in your life, in fact, this is my personal experience.
5. For businesses, it is a matter of credibility.
Look the fact is that.
- Companies which blog gets 97% of more traffic and links to their site and businesses than which do not blog.
When businesses run blogs it automatically increases the trust of the business for users and enhances the credibility of the business.
- Around 60% of buyers actually buy products only after reading blogs on the internet about the product.
How did blogging start/ history of blogging?
Since 1994, a college student called Justin hall created a site called links.net. where he could do his writing online, the site was pretty simple containing few links and photos which this guy found to be interesting online.
In 1997, Jorn Barger coined the term weblog which was actually logged of his internet activity.
In that time, those blogs were confined to as online diaries and personal pages, like more or less a journal.
In 1999, a programmer called Peter Mergholz shortened the term from weblog to blog.
During that period, many new blogging platforms came up like bloggers, Xanga, and Livejournal.
Blogger, as we all know it today, was actually created by a company called Pyra Labs in 1999, which was later acquired by Google in 2003, the money was undisclosed by google.
As time passed by WordPress was now launched on May 27, 2003, it was found by Matt Mullenweg, and mike little with little templates and a new admin interface, and the plugins section was introduced one year later to make it more easy and convenient, and functional.
Many people started looking at blogging as a professional career from the time of 2004 when google officially bought bloggers and made it free to use and introduced the AdSense policy to show third party ads on blogs and earn money.
Why most people start blogging?
There are various reasons people blog, here are a few reasons.
- To share knowledge and expertise.
- To earn money.
- To gain fame, popularity, and confidence.
- To improve communication skills.
- To build an online brand.
- To escape the rat race and 9-5 job.
- To improve their network of people.
There are many reasons why people blog.
As a matter of fact,
- The number of bloggers in the united states is about to reach 31 million people by 2020.
- On WordPress alone, 70 million blog posts are published every month.
- By March 2019, it was that 4.4 million blog posts were published every day and it is increasing.
Why most people quit blogging?
There is no doubt that blogging is an extremely competitive industry.
A staggering 4.4 million blog posts are published on the internet every single day.
It is very competitive.
More people are blogging than ever before and because more people are blogging it is also that more people are quitting blogging than ever before.
I will state some reasons why most people quit blogging eventually and how you can avoid quitting.
1. Selecting the wrong niche/ having an escape to a hard-work mentality.
Don’t get driven by what’s your favorite blogger’s niche is and their earning in it.
Having an interest in the niche you are blogging is the most important thing in your blogging journey.
According to a study, the google algorithm is designed in such a way that it regularly fluctuates the newly created websites ranks on google in the first year.
- For more information, read here.
If you are not interested in the niche you are blogging on, you would quit today or tomorrow because of no growth in your blog and it is quite inevitable.
Talking about hard work there is no replacement for hard work in blogging, if you are not willing to work hard in blogging, blogging is not meant for you.
2. Many think they will earn money instantly.
Starting a blog is easy but monetizing a blog is not.
You need the traffic to earn money.
The major source of traffic comes from google which is organic and it compiles 60% of the traffic of most of the blogs and the Google algorithm is designed in such a way that your rankings will fluctuate quite a lot in the first year of blogging.
You need to have the patience to start earning through your blog.
Where there is a lack of patience there is a lack of success.
3. No uniqueness in your content/ you are not a good writer.
You are just like millions of bloggers on the internet.
You are just publishing that same lame content which is published million times on the internet.
If you publish that same lame content, your blog will be one among the 94% of blogs that don’t get any external links and organic traffic from google.
Always remember. Don’t publish the blog for the sake of publishing it, publish blogs if you really think it can outrank your competitors and it has provided 5x times more value than what your competitors have provided.
There are many ways you can make your content more unique, like
- Using facts and case studies in your content.
- Embedding other media types like videos, screenshots, gifs, custom images, infographics.
- Larger wordcount of the post.
- Better readability and design of the post.
- The better user experience of the post with fewer grammatical mistakes.
- Make your content more actionable.
There are many other reasons why most people quit blogging eventually such as,
Some other reasons people quit blogging eventually.
- Not having the right technical knowledge and doing SEO properly.
- Not promoting the blogs properly.
- Being impatient.
- Not being a good writer, not loving what they do.
- Demotivated and having no mentor for guidance.
Is starting a blog in 2020 worth it?
Starting a blog is more important today for businesses and people because it opens new doors and opportunities.
The facts are.
- 77% of internet users read blogs.
- Companies which blog gets 97% of more traffic and links to their sites.
- Each and every month, approximately 409 million people view more than 20 billion pages on the internet.
- B2B marketers who give more priority to blogs get 67% of more leads and sales than those who do not.
- Blogs are considered the 5th most trusted source of information available online and the most shared content online.
- Around 70% of the consumers on the internet prefer getting to know about the companies through blogs than ads.
- 53% of marketers have said that blogging is their top content marketing strategy in their priority list.
- Internet users spend 3x times more on reading blogs than they do on emails.
- Around 60% of buyers buy products only after reading blogs on the internet about that product.
The last fact is pretty incredible, let me know which fact really impressed you in the comments section below.
I believe that you got clarity on whether to start a blog or not in 2020.
What’s the future of blogging?
The future of blogging is not dark.
I don’t mean it is bright as well.
People have been preferring to consume content in other formats such as
The consumption of the content in these formats has increased quite a lot.
That does not mean that blogging is going to die in the future.
Remember the fact is that.
- 77% of internet users read blogs often.
- Reading is the best to exercise to keep the brain active and functioning well.
- Blogs have been considered the 5th most trusted source of online information.
- Businesses that blog gets twice more traffic and email subscribers than those which don’t blog because blogging increases the credibility of a business.
- Remember 70% of internet users prefer knowing about brands and companies through blogs than ads.
All these facts remain relevant in the future as well.
The clear cut answer is blogging is not going to die due to an increase in competition or due to changing content consumption preferences but the way blogging was done is going to change.
Here are a few trends and predictions about the future of blogging.
- There is an increase in demand for quality content, as a matter of fact, 94% of the total content on the internet do not get any backlinks, traffic, and shares at all, the reason could be a lack of better content.
- Mobile responsiveness is going to remain key.
- You must focus on building a brand, google loves brands more than anything.
- Other than blogs, you must repurpose your blog content into videos and podcasts as their consumption is on the rise as well.
- Focus more on user experience and engagement than anything.
Blogging is going to stay relevant in the future as well, no matter what because, to grow online, you need to have a website.
Having a website or blog is really helpful.
- It gives you an edge to beat your competitors in your business who just have a social media page.
- The fact is that 60% of buyers read blogs before purchasing products on the internet.
Other than businesses, people who want to build a personal brand online, they must know that having a blog is secure
Despite social media being huge it is not secure.
We have seen it in cases with data security in TIKTOK, and Instagram.
These platforms are controlled by private capitalist groups which can do anything they want with the data they have of the billions of people using it worldwide.
In the case of Facebook, Instagram, Mark Zuckerberg who is the owner of these platforms can do anything with the data he has in his database of these platforms of billions of people worldwide using it.
- Social media is not a secure place to grow and build a brand online.
- Read. The guide to the future of blogging.
How to earn money blogging?
Here are 6 ways through which you can earn through your blog
1. Through Google AdSense or media.net which is advertising on your blog or direct advertising of brands through banners.
2. Through affiliate marketing, it is actually recommending products on your blog so that when someone purchases the product through the link you provided on your blog you will get a commission of it.
3. If you have anything of value like an ebook or a course that helps solve a problem or a need for someone for something then you can sell it and earn a good amount.
4. This option is mostly used in the youtube platform which is giving access to premium stuff like exclusive content or courses or direct chats and contacts or advice charging for some price every month.
5. Writing sponsored posts about any product and company on your blog and earn a decent amount out of it.
6. Doing the consultation to your clients and helping them to solve a specific problem for hourly rates.
How to start a blog in 2020?
There are free blogging platforms like Blogger and Wix where you can start a blog without investing a penny.
If you are just trying out in blogging to see whether you are good to go in blogging or not before you take blogging seriously as a career choice or you just don’t want to invest money, then you should probably go with these platforms.
But if you want to take blogging as your career, you need to invest money in getting your hosting and domain and start blogging on WordPress.
What is WordPress?
WordPress is a free content managing system which is actually powering 30% of total blogs[including this] and websites on the internet.
Well, the WordPress software is free but you need to invest money in getting your Webhosting and domain name.
What the heck are they?
Look at it this way, Webhosting places you are buying to store your files, your blog posts, your website on the internet.
You have joined a college, for instance, you need to pay rent for a hostel in order to stay and continue your college.
Similarly, Webhost is paying to get your place for rent where you can store your blog files and website on the internet and make it accessible to use on the internet.
Whereas the domain is the name/address of your site.
There are many hosting companies where you can buy Webhosting for your blog and start blogging on WordPress.
Vlog basically means video-blog.
However, in the blog, the person who manages it publishes content in text form, whereas the person who manages the vlog publishes content in video form.
Vlogger vs YouTuber, What’s the difference?
A vlogger is a guy who records videos and uploads it on different platforms like Dailymotion, youtube, Facebook, Vimeo, etc.
A Youtuber is a guy who is confined to recording and uploading videos mainly on Youtube only.
Because youtube is a massive and second-largest search engine we will consider more on YouTubers in this guide.
5 Benefits of the vlog!
There are many benefits of the vlog, here are 5 benefits of a vlog on the context of both starting and running vlogs.
1. Vlog helps you build trust and relations.
People really watch vlogs a lot, like
- More than 86% of vlog or video content actually published on youtube and you know the average person watches 40 minutes of youtube everyday.
This fact suggests that there is a lot of potentials to build trust and a loyal audience around.
2. It is the most important part of marketing now.
It is the most important part of marketing now because it is also that videos drive 50x times more traffic than text.
3. The future is really bright as the demand is huge.
Look, the fact is that,
- More than 80% of all internet traffic will be driven from videos by 2021.[ digital marketing institute].
People really watch and love watching videos a lot, they are easy to digest, quick, flexible, interesting, engaging, etc.
4. There is a lot of potentials to grow.
According to a study, they found that 86% of all youtube viewers watch youtube videos in order to learn new things, the fact clearly states that there is a lot of potentials to grow the audience and build a brand on this platform and earn money.
5. Vlog helps you fulfill your creative side of life.
Vlogging helps you create new things every day, a new piece of content, new ideas, new things every day, you can stay more creative than ever before.
How did the vlog start?
Vlogging was basically there in the early 2000s but it became more popular as youtube was found in February in 2005.
Jawed Karim who is the co-founder of youtube is also the first person to upload a video on youtube.
Here is the video of it.
This video has set the tone for the YouTubers out there to start uploading similar content on this platform.
Within a year of its founding, in July 2006, Youtube has become the 5th most popular site which has more than 100 million videos to be seen every day, and 65000 videos uploaded each day, that’s insane growth right.
Since then vlogs continued to grow and grow and grow with continuous development in mobile phones and it made it easier to start creating videos using the camera of phones.
Why most people start vlogs?
Let’s get straight forward here.
Creating a vlog or video is easy.
In order to be a successful vlogger you just need a camera that can be your mobile as well and get started.
You do not need to invest in anything in the early days of your journey like blogging where you need to definitely invest in hosting and domain, there is nothing like that in vlogs.
People vlog for various reasons, here are some,
- Some vlog to showcase their skills and talents and get fame.
- Some vlog to share their experience and knowledge in their respective fields and give back.
- Some vlog to build brand awareness and trust.
- Some vlog to create their personal brand and audience.
- Some vlog to boost their creativity.
Why most people quit vlog?
There are many reasons why people quit vlogging, here are some.
- Most vloggers prefer youtube because it is very large yet it is very competitive.
- Fail to do things differently, like herd mentality, what is the popular thing happening, just copy that.
- Not promoting correctly or it takes much effort behind the scenes in making videos that produce not great results in early time.
- Using clickbait titles, catchy thumbnails, and faking their lifestyle in front of the camera don’t give real happiness and satisfaction for most of the vloggers who showcase their life actually quit for lack of satisfaction and fulfillment.
- You cannot live up to standards you set, expectations fans have at you all the time.
For more reasons click here.
Is starting a vlog in 2020 worth it?
Let’s look at the facts first.
- Youtube is the second biggest website after google, there are 1.3 billion people who use youtube.
- Around 300 hours of videos are actually uploaded on youtube every single minute.
- 30 million people visit youtube every day, with 5 billion videos are watched every single day.
- 6 out of 10 people prefer online video platforms like youtube than television.
- 43% of consumers demanded more video content from marketers.
- Video content is 50x times MORE likely to get ORGANIC traffic than text.
- 40 minutes is the average time a person spends watching videos on youtube.
- It is so important and effective that 81% of businesses are using videos for marketing.
- Around 97% of marketers have said that videos help their customers better understand products.
6th and 7th fact is really awesome, let me know which one you found interesting.
These facts suggest that starting a vlog is definitely worth it in 2020.
Why videos are getting so popular?
Videos are flexible.
You can watch them in the car, in your office, and anywhere.
People like videos more than text that is the reason why it drives 50 times more organic traffic than text.
People like it because it is more engaging, easy to digest, entertaining, flexible, etc.
If you want to teach something then in videos you can include graphics, animations, images, sound effects stuff that make learning easy, engaging, and effective.
Marketers like it because it has more return to investment.
What’s the future of vlogs?
Before getting into details, here are quick facts.
- Around 80% of traffic will be driven through videos in 2021.
- 90% of consumers have claimed that videos actually help them in the decision to purchase products.
Source: Digital marketing institute.
The future is really bright for vlogs.
- 40 minutes is the average time a person spends watching videos on youtube every single day.
With the introduction of the upcoming technologies like AR/VR.
The vlogs get more enhanced and get more effective and give a more personalized experience to users.
These virtual realities and augmented reality technologies make the more immersive experience of getting interacted with videos.
Vlogs will get more effective when these technologies get cheaper and easy to access.
As a matter of fact, youtube has already released its support for 360 videos.
here is one of the videos of how 360 videos look like.
How to earn money vlogging?
Unlike blogging, you have only 4 ways of earning money through vlogs.
1. Google AdSense which is showing ads on your videos and earning money on clicks and impressions of ads from Google.
2. Promoting products, sponsorships of big brands like affiliate marketing
3. Giving access to premium/exclusive content and private content with regular monthly payments as a subscription.
4. Selling your merchandise as an online store, like selling hoodies, etc.
How to start a vlog?
There is no doubt that vlogging is equally competitive than that of blogging.
As a matter of fact, around 500 hours of video are uploaded on the youtube platform every single MINUTE.
This fact is enough to say that youtube is a competitive field.
The equally relaxing fact is that
- 1 billion hours of videos on youtube are watched every single day by people who use it.
Similar to blogging, in order for your video to stand out in the rest of the videos that get uploaded every minute you need to first and foremost select a niche.
You do not need to invest a single penny in order to get successful in vlogs unless you do not have a camera or a video editing software.
No big investment is required like buying hosting, domain, SEO tools are required in youtube as they do in blogging.
Here are quick steps to get started with vlogging.
- Choose a niche.
- Know your audience.
- Don’t go fancy, start recording with your phone camera almost but start it and upload it on youtube and other platforms.
- Promote it on different social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin.
- Track your growth and repeat it
The most important part is getting started,
Don’t get confused with the niche.
Here are some quick tips to select your youtube niche.
- What interests you, can you learn that subject and explain it deeper than others do?
- Does it has any future, is that video still be going to add value 3 years ahead from when you upload.
- What is your audience looking for, are they actually interested in it or not?
The first thing is quite important.
Find which subject or field interests you, research something in-depth about it, learn more about it.
Select a micro topic about it and make a short 5 minutes video of it and upload it on youtube.
You can also see what your competitors are doing like.
You can take ideas from your competitors and learn from them and make something even better from what they are practicing.
Create a short video of it and upload it on Facebook and Youtube.
Blog vs vlog: Which one is the best?
Here it is up to you to choose which one you should be going after but I will provide some clarity and point of view here to choose the best one.
We will classify both in 3 factors:
- Future and growth potential.
- Input vs output.
In terms of earning.
The average earning of a blogger in the USA is 13 dollars an hour.
The average earning of a vlogger in the USA is 5 dollars per 1000 video views
The earning varies through different factors like niche, country, and traffic.
There are both good opportunities of earning in both blog and vlog.
In terms of the future.
Vlogs have a bright future than blogs.
- Video content drives 50x times more traffic than text.
The future of vlogs is very bright, there is a huge scope of growth and potential of success in vlogs but blogs have its own specialties too.
- 77% of internet users read blogs often.
- Businesses that blog gets twice more traffic and 97% of more traffic than those who don’t.
- Blogs are secure.
- 70% of consumers prefer knowing about companies through blogs than ads.
Both blogs and vlogs have their pros and cons.
But in terms of future and higher potential and growth, vlogs has the upper hand.
Let’s look at it another way, like input and output.
Input vs output.
In order to be a blogger, it takes a lot of hard work to run a blog.
- You need to look after your site.
- You need to write blogs.
- You need to promote blogs and build backlinks.
- You need to do SEO and use other multimedia and embed in your blogs.
- It takes a lot of time and patience to run a blog.
- You need to manage your social media profiles as well.
In order to be a vlogger, you need to put similar work and input.
- Of course, you need to write down your topics.
- Write a script for the video.
- Record videos and edit them which consume the most time in vlogging.
- You do not need to build backlinks or do any other work other than vlogging.
In both cases, if you look, running a blog is slightly requires more time and effort than running a vlog.
In terms of success in both, you see.
- 80% of all internet traffic will be from videos by 2021.
- Average of 40 minutes every person who uses youtube spend watching videos on it.
- 86% of youtube viewers watch youtube to learn things.
There is a higher scope of success in vlogging than blogging.
- 94% of all content on the internet does not get any backlinks or traffic or social share.
- With the regular changes and updates in search engine giant Google and the introduction of new features like featured snippets, it reduces traffic to other blogs ranking in the top 10.
- Blogging is much more competitive now than a vlog, every day 4 million blog posts are published on the internet.
- Even then, if people want to do research on something in-depth, they prefer blogs first.
The final verdict.
Now it is your turn, it totally depends on you which one you should pursue.
It is not all about facts, it depends on your interests as well.
Even with all the facts if you still love writing, you should probably go after blogging along with vlogging in the near future.
I think why not choose both blog and vlog.
You can satisfy both and capture both audiences and build a better brand of yours.
Website and blog help your brand to maintain credibility and vlogs help in marketing your brand.
You won’t miss out on anything if you choose both.
There are many bloggers who turned vlogging, such as:
- Neil Patel.
- Gotch SEO.
- Shoutmeloud and many more.
All these famous bloggers in their respective niches have built a brand and loyal audience and satisfying the different audiences.
Having a vlog if you choose a blog helps you reach out and tap into the audience you couldn’t have reached it by means of blogs, vice-versa.
Here are 6 frequently asked questions related to blog vs vlog, continue reading them.
1. Who is the richest vlogger?
Ans: Ryan kaji is the riches vlogger in the world with earning around 26 million USD.
2. Blog vs vlog income?
Ans: Through AdSense, you need decent views, say 1000 views to earn 5 dollars on average on videos on youtube whereas even with less traffic you can earn a decent amount of few hundreds of dollars in blogs.
3. Why do blogs fail?
Ans: There are many reasons why blogs fail, here is a quick 5 reasons list.
- Being impatient.
- Not producing good engaging content.
- Not promoting blogs correctly.
- Targetting the wrong keywords.
- Not doing SEO properly.
4. What blogs make the most money?
Ans: Blogs on technology, finance, lifestyle, travel, and business make the most money.
5. Blog vs vlog vs podcast which is best?
Ans: Vlogs in terms of future growth because people love watching them than podcasts and blogs, whereas podcasts are also growing quite rapidly with vlogs.
6. Travel blog vs travel vlog which one is better?
Ans: Both have their pros and cons, I would say travel vlogs if to choose one or both in another way, we have seen the future of vlogs is massive.
There you go, I have answered everything related to blog vs vlog, i want to hear from you this time now.
Let me know which one you are going to choose, blog or vlog, or both in the comments section below.
If you want to start blogging, make sure to read my blog on how to start a blog on WordPress and blogger from scratch.
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Hi, I am Praneeth Kumar [19 years aged guy] founder and owner of this blog, I am a blogger and an online entrepreneur by passion and a college student in the Arts Education branch, You can learn my story from a college student to a blogger on the about me page.