To What ?
As a writer, there comes a time when you need a website...
A personalized space on the web where you can showcase your work and interact with readers.
A platform as flexible and versatile as a blog, that you can update on your own.
A space that is linked to other social networks and platforms.
As a writer, there comes a time when you need a blog that's a website, and a site that's a blog...
This is why Versilio has created the SLOG... an easy-to-use structure that writers can personalize and make their own, and that works both like a site and a blog.
To What? The definition of a Slog:
Slog (noun): a website and blog for writers and artists. Origin: monolingual transgenic mutation observed for the first time on the web in Paris, France in late 2010. Anyone in the world can create a Slog and contribute to the slogging community.
To slog (intransitive verb; transitive use possible): to publish on one's Slog; to consult one's Slog; to browse one's Slog. Also known as "slogging."
I like to start slogging early in the day / This way my worries all go away... (Victor Hugo)
While slogging on Swann's way, I vanquished the gloom that had taken over my soul... (Marcel Proust)
I called her, I loved her, I flogged her - and then, blissfully, on and on I slogged. (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
The wind / thunders / I slog (Bashô)
I think, therefore I slog. (Descartes)
I wanna be slogged by you. (Marilyn Monroe)
I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I slog and I understand. (Confucius)
Slogger (noun): a regular Slog user; someone who slogs.
I want my Slog!
You are an author, a film director, an artist of any kind and would like to make your work public...
By creating a Slog, you can:
- Be part of the Slog community of readers and other sloggers
- Share your biography, updates, photos & videos
- Publish your books, unpublished works, articles, and other projects
The Slog Team.
Your message concerns:
Access your Slog's settings