Friday, November 5, 2010

How Facebook and Twitter Are Replacing Blogging

It’s hard to recall these days, now that most bloggers are corporate drones (*cough*), but blogging was originally the pursuit of hobbyists. And now a lot of those hobbyists appear to be giving it up, or at least cutting back, in favor of less demanding hobbies that offer some of the same satisfactions: microblogging and social networking.

According to Technorati’s annual “State of the Blogosphere” survey, 53 percent of hobbyist bloggers say they update their blogs either somewhat less or a lot less than they have in the past. Only 21 percent say they do it more. Meanwhile, 54 percent of corporate bloggers say they’re posting either somewhat or a lot more often.

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