adding a blog to my site

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I have a travel related site and was wondering if anyone can tell me how I can add a blog or a journal to my site so that visitors can create their own blog/journal on my site.

How do I create this? Where can I go for more info on this?

Thanks!
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the best thing to do as a beginner with this, is just to get your hands on
a free php script. i'm drawing a blank on a link for you at the moment....

help someone!....
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Geeklog supports having members of the public register at your site and submit stories, so it might be what you're looking for if you want a php/mysql powered blog:
http://www.geeklog.net/

b2 is a popular php-based blog system that uses php4 and mysql. It seems to be more oriented towards a personal blog than allowing visitors to post, but you can check it out at:
http://www.cafelog.com/

some other php/mysql-based blog scripts:
http://www.kyne.com.au/~mark/software/weblog.php
http://www.pivotlog.net/
http://bplog.blackplasma.net/
http://nucleuscms.org/
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Thanks for your replies! I´ll check the links out and see what they´re all about. It all looks way over my head, so I´ll see if there is something that offers the software or script with an installation fee?

I appeciate the help :wink:

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