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I am working on a website, and I was wanting to put a blog on one of the pages, but im not sure on the steps that I would have to take to develop one. I am wanting to do it in asp.net. I am wanting something that gives me the ability to post updates to the blog, where people can comment on it, and reply to other posts. Any help on what I need to do to develop one in asp.net would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi there,

Since this is not directly related to my book, you may be better off posting this in the General ASP.NET category so you'll attract more viewers.

That said, it all depends on what you want to accomplish. For something simple, you can take an approach similar to the Reviews in this book where each review maps to a post in a blog.

For more advanced scenarios, you could either use an existing blog system (such as Word Press) or if you want to build your own, look at the source of many of the available open source systems.

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