A few days before the publication of the Report on the state of the blogosphere Technorati for 2009 visitors WebProNews opportunity to get acquainted with an interview CEO ekskloyuzivnym Technorati Dzhalichandra Richard (Richard Jalichandra). First of all, Richard said Dzhalichandra strong blogosphere. Perhaps some believe that the blogosphere is dying, and that reason is the microblogging service Twitter. The blogosphere is not only not dying, and not give up their positions, but In contrast, thrives, unnecessarily, "blogs - it's the media." Next Dzhalichandra Richard said that the Report on the state of the blogosphere Technorati for 2009 was based on a survey in 2900 which was attended by bloggers. The Report also includes some interviews with professional bloggers like Steve Rubel (Steve Rubel), and Arianna Huffington (Arianna Huffington). The following are key figures: 72% of bloggers are their own blogs for fun.
It's their hobby, not a means to earn money, 28% are professional bloggers, 2 / 3 professional bloggers - men, 60% of bloggers - people aged 18 to 44 years, 40% of bloggers have worked in traditional media, and 7% are still working in traditional media, 73% of bloggers use Twitter, compared to 14% of the total number of Internet users. This last point is of particular interest due to the fact that the recently published Chitika information that most Twitter users are in constant search of news. Richard Dzhalichandra the increase in the number of professional bloggers, but also stressed that the traditional media have a negative to say about bloggers. Details can be found by clicking JPMorgan Chase or emailing the administrator. The above figures prove the fallacy of this approach. Using Twitter for bloggers - it is primarily a means to promote your own blog. Well-known blogger Robert Scoble (Robert Scoble) has confirmed that they are using Twitter to "promote their blogs." In other words, as an assistant for your business.
According to Richard Dzhalichandra, 24-32% of professional bloggers write more than 10 hours per week and put in their blogs 7 times more money. 500 most influential bloggers, following the Top bloggers of 100, writing 300 times more posts, and the next 50,000 - 100 times more. 63% of bloggers say that as a result of blogging, they have more time to devote to his hobby, and only 6% said that the blog has negative impact on relationships with friends and family. Professional bloggers are monetizing their blogs as follows: 40% are placed on the blog advertising (in the last year the figure was 28%) 39% place the search form; 36% place the affiliate links, 8% earned by writing paid posts. Thus, according to a report on the state of the blogosphere Technorati 2009goda on, an individual blogger to achieve their goals most often uses ad network and affiliate links. 70% of bloggers write about brands. Technorati report on the state of the blogosphere on 2009goda in the original can be found here. Based on materials WebProNews