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Reporters double as bloggers

September 3, 2010 is a search engine for the blogosphere.  Every year it releases a State of the Blogosphere report.

In April of 2006 it released a report stating someone is creating a new blog every second. Then in 2007, that number increased to 1.4 blogs every second of every day. I couldn’t find the numbers for 2008 and 2009.

Many news outlets have stepped behind blogs as a part of their effort to inundate the world with information. 

“We are also noticing an ever-increasing overlap between blogging and mainstream media,” Matt Sussman, writer for Technorati says.

It is common to see a reporter not only producing content for the evening news, or morning paper; but also producing additional content for the website, Twitter, Facebook and blogs.

So in an effort to jump on the bandwagon, I am launching “The Banks Account.”

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 6, 2010 12:48 pm

    This is the best blog I have ever read…then again this is the only blog I have ever read.

    Wonder…I text, I tweet, I inbox, outbox etc on facebook…SHOULD I BLOG?

  2. September 9, 2010 3:20 pm

    Yes you should, Tom! Blogging is for everybody! And it’s way easier than you probably think 🙂


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