Fictional blogging is much like writing a real blog, but it is done in the perspective of your character. This allows you to tell stories about their life, and things that have happened to them, in order to push forward a kind of narrative. This narrative will be based on time, because each blog post goes up with a time stamp attached, and they are all arranged in a linear way on your personal blog.
Blogs can be about the character’s past, present, or even future. They can be dreams, or prophecies, warnings, hints, or outright propaganda. They can record something that happened to your character on rolepages, or they can be used to make a proposal of love. They are very versatile mechanisms for expressing story pieces.
One thing to note is that blogs do appear on the front middle of the home page of the site, and feature quite prominently. Because of this you want to ensure that everything you post is high quality, and appropriate for the entire community.
Timestamp: If you want to dictate the order of your blogs, you can set them to post at a time and date in the past, or you can schedule them to post in the future.
Private: It is possible to set blogs to be private, so that nobody can see them, or only friends of the poster can see them.
Blog Roleplaying: Because you can comment on blogs, many people choose to use the blog itself as a place to set the scene for a role play. People then interact with one another using the comments section below the post. This allows you to post a new blog every time the scenes changes, which can be connected using a series of links.