We've got all the bases covered so you can start tweeting or blogging about your training today
Two of the biggest blog hosts are Wordpress (wordpress.com) and Blogger (blogger.com), and both allow you to set up a blog for free. Wordpress has a variety of display options, so it's easy to personalise the way your site looks and operates, and you can set up an 'About me' page, an archive of your posts or even an automated stream of your tweets. Blogger is owned by Google, so if you have a Google account already, setting up a blog here might be a great way to keep everything in one place - your emails, calendar and your new blog, too. Once you've joined the Wordpress or Blogger community, your blog could be featured on their homepage, in a list of sports blogs and on the 'latest posts' list that other members see. Social Networks
Twitter (twitter.com) is deceptively simple at first glance, but it's an extremely powerful tool. It's not just for telling everyone what you had for lunch. Setting up an account takes seconds, and once you're logged in you can connect with runners around the world or just your clubmates - it's up to you. You may already have a Facebook (facebook.com) account. If you don't, it's easy to get started - just click 'sign up' on the homepage and fill in the form. If you have a smartphone, look out for mobile versions of your favourite social media sites - Twitter and Facebook both have slick apps. You'll also find an array of other running apps.
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