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30+ Blogging Vocabulary Terms in French

30+ Blogging Vocabulary Terms in French

30+ Blogging Vocabulary Terms in French

When learning another language, one of the most important things that you can do is learn vocabulary you’ll actually use.

Forget all of the textbook word lists that encourage you to learn how to talk about currencies no longer used, cassette tapes and Walkmans, or terms for sports you have no interest in. Instead, create your own lists.

Decide what your passions are and *you* need to know in your target language to successfully have a conversation.

For me, one of the big parts of what I do and how I identify is as a blogger. I’ve hosted Eurolinguiste for a few years now, and so whenever I introduce myself it goes a little something like this:

Someone else: “So what do you do for a living?”

Me: “I’m a musician, but I’m also a blogger. I run a site where I share my love of languages and techniques for becoming a more effective learner.”

It makes sense that I’d want to learn how to do this in the other languages I speak, too!

Blogging Vocabulary in French

I know I’m not alone as a French-speaking blogger so I spent some time curating this list of blogging terms and vocabulary in French. Knowing these words has helped me immensely in sharing more about myself and what I do with my French-speaking friends and family, so I wanted to share the words I’ve found useful with you.

There aren’t a whole lot of word lists out there related to blogging, and since a lot of us share our experiences studying languages through our sites and vlogs, I thought you might enjoy this post.

Without further ado, here are some useful words and phrases to describe your blogging habit in French.

Key Vocabulary About Blogging in French

le blog // blog

un blogueur / une blogueuse // blogger

le lecteur // the reader

publier // to publish

promouvoir // to promote

Collaborating with Other Bloggers

la communauté // community

les articles invités // guest posts

le collaborateur // collaborator

le critère // the criteria

l’éditoriale // editorial

la blogosphère // the blogosphere

le nombre de mots // word count

Things You Write About

des blog de voyage // travel blogs

un road trip // a road trip

des bons plans voyage // travel plans

des recettes // recipes

des endroits où on a mangé // the places where one ate

un blog culinaire // a food blog

spécialisation // specialization

d’actualité // current news

des nouveautés // news, innovations

des découvertes insolites // unusual discoveries

écrire à propos des langages // to write about languages

une globe-trotteuse/un globe-trotteur // globe trotter

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quelques conseils // some advice

Marketing & Social Media

les propositions // proposals

le trafic // web traffic

les commentaires // comments

du buzz // some buzz

les réseaux sociaux // social media

partager // to share

aimer // to like

sur Facebook // on Facebook

Other Blog Related Vocabulary in French

la plateforme ouverte // open platform

vidéoblog // vlog

un montage vidéo // a video montage

Negative Feedback

des trolls // trolls

des spam // spam

That’s it for this post. What about you?

What are your interests and passions? What word lists would you like to see and in which languages?

I look forward to hearing from you in the comments!

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