Saturday, July 26, 2003

Recent stats on blogs online

Cyberatlas has just released statistics on the numbers of active weblogs online. Robyn Greenspan reports that the overwhelming majority of weblogs are in English, and are hosted by three key services (i.e., Livejournal, Blogger/Blogspot and Diaryland--and all based in the US, I believe). Interestingly enough, the next largest language groups in the blogosphere are Portuguese, followed by Polish, Farsi and French (in that order). Blogging appears to be crossing traditional access borders where new techs are concerned, too:

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...

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