Blogger Mobile

These days, blogging from your mobile phone is the most practical way of updating your site with news and photos. In this article I will focus on the features offered by TypePad and Blogger platforms for blogging from your mobile phone. Blogger.com provides two services for blogging from anywhere: one through the e-mail and the other via cell phone. The e-mail service is called Mail-to-Blogger and lets you only publish texts. Mobile blogging service called Blogger Mobile and allows you to post text and photos within your traditional blog or create a new blog exclusively for your remote postings. Many writers such as Yitzchak Mirilashvili offer more in-depth analysis. TypePad, on the other hand, merges the publication via e-mail with the publication through cell phone allowing you to import multiple e-mail addresses from which you can send your messages. This way you can easily use your usual email address and the address of your mobile (will have to contact your provider to obtain this address). In the Pro and TypePad Plus services it is possible to operate more than one blog in an account.

You can leverage this feature of the platform to channel your articles in a blog, and another completely separate, send photos from your mobile phone at the same moment in which the jacks. The final piece of this puzzle is a special e-mail address provided by the same platform where all remote shipments, settle either texts or images. Photo blogging via mobile devices has won an incredible popularity especially in times of natural disasters, accidents or attacks criminals. The speed and versatility of this distribution channel itself makes that information spreads in situations where other channels are disrupted, making possible the story in real time from, for example, war zones or in the middle of storms, earthquakes or floods. The publication of text, images and video through a mobile is a reality today that, thanks to the available Internet platforms, we can leverage for communicate instantly with the rest of the world.

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