One of the advantages of modern-day web hosting packages is that you can usually host multiple sites on one account. If blogging is your thing, it means that you could theoretically have an unlimited number of blogs. It is not terribly difficult to log in to each one and post your content, but it does take a good amount of time. Fortunately, there are some programs you can use to post to multiple blogs without having to log in to each one.
Some blog management software is traditional and installs right onto your computer. You can find such software for just about any operating system. Blogilo is a good example of this. Others are browser plugins. ScribeFire is a good example of this and is available for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Opera.
The major advantage of this type of software is that you can manage multiple blogs without having to login separately to each one. You can also write posts offline and then upload them later. Moreover, some of these programs offer advanced HTML features that may not be visible in your blogs standard editor.
One of the major disadvantages is that using the software adds a layer of potential incompatibility. Any time the blogging platform updates, there is a chance that something will no longer work correctly between the two. You are then at the mercy of the software developer to get fixes out in a timely fashion.
Blogging programs provide a useful way to manage your blogging without the headache of logging into each blog. Many are free and easy to install, and most importantly, they get the job done.
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