You can claim copyright to your images via Facebook. This is great news for photographers and artists on the platform. Copyrights, privacy violation, plagiarism – there are not new words for content creators on the internet. With so many users, uploads, and content on the internet, sometimes it becomes so hard to track who owns the original work. Worse, some people gain monetization for works that they do not even own. Thankfully, social media platforms have now heightened their guards against copyright infringement. The social media giant, Facebook, seems to be on the lead.
Past blogging trends are building blocks of what websites are nowadays. Who would ever know that the internet would be such an integral part of our daily lives? The internet has changed so much, so fast in the past few decades that there are so many design trends that the younger generation of internet users never knew existed. Design trends that older generations of internet users wish to forget.
Designers were pretty much experimental when websites were starting to get popular. Any form of movement or color in a website is an indication of how great the world wide web was and could be. Generally, the ’90s and the early 2000s were very cringe-worthy periods in terms of styles and trends. This was also very much evident in the way websites were designed during the time.
Here are a few cringe-worthy past blogging trends that will never be popular again:
There are many reasons why you should write guides and how-tos in your blog. It is one of the most common contents on the internet, for any form of media. Cooking videos, building videos, fashion guides – anyone could literally search anything on the internet! Guides and how-tos can be incorporated into almost any niche or industry.
The internet is a wild place with strange but profitable niches all over. It is filled with ANYTHING anyone could possibly think of. There are websites intended for almost any kind of content. Sometimes, internet material gets weirder and more unusual than many people are comfortable with. Trends come and go. Through the years, there had been many weird niches on the internet. What is surprising is that many of these weird content became highly profitable.
If you are interested in writing about the “dark web”, maybe consider these strange but profitable niches:
There are many old blogging sites we all have forgotten now that social media is such a big part of our lives. Little do teenagers now know, blogging was the viral craze for teenage millenials back in the late 1990s and early 2000s. At the time, there were so many websites where anyone could post their journals for free.
Originally known as “web logging”, it was the first instance of personalized “presence” on the internet. These are brief posts of their thoughts and idea – basically an online diary or journal. It became quite popular and trendy. Everyone just had to have an internet presence, whether it is “airing out” your personal diary online. If anything, these old blogging sites GAVE BIRTH to social media.
What many people are unaware of, whether they rejoice or cringe about it, is that some of these old blogging sites STILL EXISTS ON THE INTERNET. Here are some of them: