Blogging has been defined many times, many ways. It’s mostly about personal publishing, and most would agree. A person starts a blog, and he or she writes about his/her interests, daily musings, and would usually link to interesting things elsewhere. Some would move on to write about more non-personal items, treating their blogs like magazine or newspaper columns of some sort. Some even move on to blogging for income. I should know, I blog for a living, myself.
But in most of these cases, blogging is done as a one-man (or one-woman) thing. When the SplashPress team conceptualized Froodee, our first thought was to bring blogging to a higher level. Sure, team blogs are also quite abundant, and I’ve been part of team blogs since I started problogging (there’s the Blog Herald, for instance, but I also started out with other team blogs like Pinoy.tech.blog, Forever Geek, and Blogging Pro. But here on Froodee, we prefer to call ourselves a community blog.
We are a community of like-minded people with different interests. Froodee is not a niche blog, as you may have noticed. Our topics are varied–these include entertainment, business, family life, science, healtyh, leisure, and even science. Each one of the contributors has his or her own interests and passions, and we give them the opportunity to share their thoughts on these. We are like-minded in that we love writing about our passions, and sharing our thoughts with the rest of the world through blogs.
And then of course, a community will not be complete without the participation of you, our dear readers. So please feel free to leave a comment and be part of the discussion. You’re always welcome to share your thoughts. Hey, soon enough we’ll be welcoming guest bloggers, too.
Froodee has been online for just a couple of weeks now, and we can expect a formal launch/announcement soon!