Like any other way of Blogging, video blogging is done with the assistance of videos. You can do both: host your video by yourself or use open services like YouTube or Vimeo for your video hosting. Like an ordinary blog, your video will be observable to viewers and they can rank, comment on and share video that you made. The only noticeable difference is that you will be using a video to share the data instead of text.
For example, somebody could have simply made a video speaking about the benefits of blogging through a video and upload it on a web site such as YouTube. A company could talk about how to consume their product or how to follow other information. From the time when videos are interactive and provide more thorough information, public often turns to search for video evaluations, tutorials and walk-through.
On the other hands a text blog is a topic or a site that provides information published on the WWW and it consists of discrete entries called posts, normally shown in reverse chronological order where the most recent post comes first. Until 2009 blogs were usually the work of a single individual orsometimes by a small group of people, and frequently it covered a single subject. Most recently there started to exist “multi-author blogs” (MABs) and they have developed fast, with posts composed by larger numbers of authors and they have been professionally edited. Multi-author blogs from newspapers, other media outlets, think tanks, universities, advocacy groups and related institutions account for an increasing amount of blog traffic. The growth of Twitter and some other “microblogging” system aids integrate multiauthor blogs and single-author blogs into new streams of society. If we use a blog as a verb, it means to maintain or add content in this case to a blog.
The public pays less and less attention to the links in published information, and Google is included in this too. Host blogs, pursued constantly by advertisers searching for low-cost space for their advertisements, have squeezed their submitted recommendations to the point that getting in is almost as dificult as a job application at Google.
Yet, despite the differences in the guest-blogging space, many bloggers are still mentioning this technique as one of the essential methods of building a following.
The conclusion is that video blogging gives you fast and direct approach to the subject. It requires less time to make it, but also it is more attractive for the people who watch it. On the other hand, text blogging is more creative and it brings a variety of questions about many subjects. In the end trasnsiting from a video blog to a text blog is like growing up from adolescence, once you are writing words that makes sense, people will get you more seriously.