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Introducing the Blog Module

The Blog Module is highly flexible and the only Web Diffusion Module that comes with content-management. It enables Clients that want to add and manage their own content an ability to do so in one self-contained module. Although conceived and built to enable a full blogging capability, the blog functionality may be turned off so that the content then simply becomes a time-phased series of articles, opinion, commentary and one-way communication.

This Is The Module That's Got Everyone Talking!

Want content management? Then you'll want the Blog Module! The Blog Module lets Clients manage their own content by posting articles, news, views, information, hints, tips, reviews, commentaries and more and presents them as a series of time-bound postings. Click the interactive dateline panel and get straight to the article that interests you quickly and with the minimum of fuss.

Full Blogging Capability

The Blog Module was developed from the ground up as a fully functioning, fast and responsive Blog Module but we soon discovered that not everyone wants to blog but many do want to be able to post articles themselves so we built the Module so that the blogging capability could be turned on and off at the flick of a switch!

If you've decided that a blog is for you then the Blog Module offers you full control and complete peace of mind. Blog Administrators have full control over users' access, blog writing, editing, publishing and deleting blog posts. Allow your audience to create blog accounts for themselves; verify and validate the email address they sign up with; blog account holders can edit their own profile and upload their own avatar; individual comments on your blog can be deleted if deemed to be inappropriate; suspend account holders' access or give them a reprieve; switch blog comments on or off.

RSS Feeds

If you know about RSS feeds then you'll know that they're a commonly used method for distributing your blog posts across a vast array of newsreading applications and that an RSS feed can help bring more traffic back to your website.

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