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vlogging

(Video bLOGGING) The act of creating a video blog (vlog). See vlog.
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The members of the YouTube family believe vlogging has strengthened the bond amongst them, and there is no backbiting and no catfights: It looks like a case of a family that vlogs together stays together.
So far, around 15,000 girls have been involved in putting forward and testing ideas such as app design, vlogging, chemist, be yourself, festival-goer, space, costume design, entrepreneurship, upcycling and speaking out.
I am proud to see hard-working and talented young women bringing their creativity to life across diverse areas including comedy, vlogging and fashion.
Vloggers display this sense of an authentic self through their straight-to-camera communication, making vlogging the self-realizing result of their individual creative efforts.
I'll do anything to increase the awareness of how government is turning its back on brain cancer which is one of the reasons I've started vlogging.
On December 21 the brand launched a monthlong search for "the freshest new face in beauty vlogging.
LONDON -- Makeup brand Rimmel London is looking for the next big thing in beauty vlogging with a little help from British singer and actress Rita Ora.
Millennial mums deserve answers to their questions and they want it in the intimate, visual format of video blogging: vlogging, where it feels like you're hearing from friends you can get to know and trust.
Some morning vlogging from senior writer Allison Hoffman?
Vlogging is one of those easy things people can do that can make an immense difference to their business, but often won't because they think it's hard, or won't really know where to start.