In 1991, Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web(WWW). The WWW made it possible to share information through static web pages, written in markup languages such as HTML.

The first decade of the web is called Web 1.0. This era gave birth to blogging; the more significant change happened in the second decade, in Web 2.0. Many enthusiasts or entrepreneurs created hundreds of thousands of blogs, communities, or forums. For example, Reddit, Quora, etc.

In the late second decade of WWW, things started changing. Youtube began to rise, which made it possible for anyone to write, record, and publish any content.

Over time, the Internet spread dramatically around the globe. It became faster day by day. Many and many people gain access to dial-up to DSL.

The access to fast Internet made it possible to find a solution to their problems over Youtube rather than reading lengthy blog articles.
The third decade of the World Wide Web is known as Web 3.0. It is the era of the semantic web. Nowadays, every webpage is linked to each other. In this era, Mobile Technologies improved; further, 3G and 4G internet became cheaper and cheaper. Therefore, now it is accessible to everyday users. It gave further rise to other entrepreneurs to establish their new platforms rather than blogging.

It was a time when people read stories from the blog. But, now the trend has changed dramatically. People watch funny clips over Netflix, Youtube, or any other video streaming service.

To sum up, one can say blogging started in the first decade of WWW, in the second decade, it was in the most mature form. In third-decade fall begins.