Types of Blogs

 

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Don’t miss the Technorati report on the State of the Blogosphere.

http://technorati.com/blogging/state-of-the-blogosphere/who-are-the-bloggers

 

Bloggers are not a homogenous group, but they are an educated and affluent one: three out of four U.S. bloggers are college graduates, and 42% have attended graduate school. They skew male, and more than half have a household income over $75,000.

They are experienced: although it has only recently exploded into the mainstream, blogging is not a new phenomenon. Half of bloggers are on their second blog, and 59% have been blogging for more than two years.

The rest of the report is equally fascinating. Look how far we’ve come:

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One thought on “Types of Blogs”

  1. Hi, this is an excellent categorization of blog types. So good, that I am referencing you in an article I’m writing for an Encyclopedia of E-collaboration.
    Take care
    Jessica

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