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Blog Tips and News Clips 2008-11-25

Written November 25th, 2008 by | 2 Comments | Filed under: News, Social Media Tips , , , , , ,

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  1. I really enjoyed the article on the rise and fall of the blogosphere. It’s amazing how many blogs I have seen come and go over the last year or so.

    Thanks, for sharing, B.B.

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    Reply by: Blog Bloke at 4:57 pm said...

    I did too and the comments are worth repeating:

    “Technorati has identified 133 million blogs since it started indexing them in 2002. But at least 94 percent of them have gone dormant, the company reports in its most recent “state of the blogosphere” study. Only 7.4 million blogs had any postings in the last 120 days, and only 1.5 million had any postings in the last seven days.”

    “The rumors of the death of the blogosphere are greatly exaggerated. Ironically the medium is still improving, but not in the structured way articulate folks often prefer. Rather we see regular folks sharing their observations, sometimes in inspired ways but often just as part of a growing amateur and untuned symphony of insights. The good stuff is now distributed across such a large space and within massive comment streams that we need to build better blog search rather than a big blog mortuary.”

    “The blogosphere is no longer the exclusive domain of the early adopters, but that doesn’t mean the value has gone away. It means you have to look beyond the popular blogs, beyond the Technorati 100, to find the individual voices, and to see the value the individual bloggers are adding to the conversation.”

    Amen to that!

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