Saturday, August 23, 2003


Just surfing, I found this website that analyzes and discusses the statistics associated with weblogs. It relates that
Roughly 2 percent of the online community has created a blog . . . [and]

Interestingly, the majority (60 percent) of bloggers are dialing up to access their online journals, and more than half (57 percent) have a household income below $60,000 per year. Jupiter also found that blogging is split evenly among the genders, with most (70 percent) bloggers having an online tenure of more than 5 years.
It concludes with data stating that blog readers are demographically different from blog writers. Go visit.

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