Journaling Alive and Online

Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Thursday 12 August 2010 2:50 pm

LiveJournal is one of the oldest and most well-known social networking websites. It allows users to keep “journals” or blogs on their personal pages. They can record their moods, what they’re doing, and make entries. LiveJournal is free–it only requires individuals to sign up. People who need a profile site or free blogging site will find LiveJournal very helpful.

LiveJournal was started in 1999 by Brad Fitzpatrick as a way to keep his friends informed on his activities. The companty was eventually sold to SUP, a Russian media company. LiveJournal is basically a very basic setup that helps users to create a website and blog with virtually no technical skills.

Free blogs and profile sites are often useful to Online Reputation Management Services firms because they are used to promote a positive image and downgrade the visibility of other, more negative links.