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Wiki vs Blogs

Wiki is a piece of server software that allows users to freely create and edit Web page content using any Web browser. Wiki supports hyperlinks and has a simple text syntax for creating new pages and cross links between internal pages on the fly.

A blog is a sort of online journal. It is updated whenever the author desires. A wiki is a platform that is meant for anyone to update in real time. A blog is owned by an individual whereas wiki is being updated by many people around the world.

Blog posts are usually one persons' opinion, followed by comments. A wiki can host a blog, but not vice-versa.


- Multiple Authors,

- Edited by a group or team,

- Contains links to other Wiki pages,

- Continuously changing and growing rapidly,

- Many-to-many communication.


- A single author.

- Author posts, user comments.

- Opinion Sharing ,

* One-to-many content.

You can use your wiki to post a news report on a current social issue.

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