It’s best to start your research by using LSBU databases before searching the free web. Remember that anyone can publish anything on the web, so you will need to evaluate the quality and reliability of a web page or web document before you refer to it in your assignments.
Blogs are often anonymous and many authors just use their first names or pseudonyms.
For further guidance on referencing online sources, see General guidelines for referencing online resources
You will need:
Author’s surname, Initials. or pseudonym (Year of posting or last update) Title of blog post, Title of blog, month day of posting. Available from: www.webaddress.com [Accessed day month year].
Greaves, I. (2020) Close encounters at the BBC written archives, BBC History Research, November 18. Available from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbchistoryresearch/entries/c4677d86-c0e0-4a1b-abc3-aa570d5a5a7d [Accessed 22 January 2021].
In-text citation: (Greaves, 2020)