Posts Tagged ‘blogosphere’

The State of the Blogosphere

Dave Sifry, CEO of Technorati, brings us up to date with the numbers to October 2006. T’rati is tracking 57m blogs now, even after removing a ton of splogs. He even goes so far as to suggest that the medium is maturing. Technorati Tags: blogosphere

Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere – Feb 06

Dave Sifry, CEO of Technorati, has posted some more stats about the state of the blogosphere: * Technorati now tracks over 27.2 Million blogs * The blogosphere is doubling in size every 5 and a half months * It is now over 60 times bigger than it was 3 years ago * On average, a […]

Technorati – Daily Posting Volumes

Technorati – Daily Posting Volumes

Dave Sifry, who heads up Technorati, has started another edition of his State of the Blogosphere series. Today he shows that the blogosphere is doubling every 5 months. Technorati is now tracking up to 19.6m blogs, meaning sometime this week they’ll hit the big 20m, since it was 19.1m last Tuesday when we held our […]

Katrina dominates blogosphere

Katrina dominates blogosphere

More than 5.5% of all blog posts are about Hurricane Katrina, according to Intelliseek’s Blogpulse tool. It’s clear that many of those posts also discuss President Bush, as can be seen in the sharp uptick in posts about him since August 29, 2005. Debate is raging about his response to the crisis in New Orleans […]

Thoughts on the State of the blogosphere

Thoughts on the State of the blogosphere

Dave Sifry, CEO of Technorati, has posted fresh data about the state of the blogosphere and few will have failed to notice the headline that a new blog is created each second. Technorati is now tracking 14.2m weblogs, a number which doubles every 5.5 months. Interestingly though, only 13% of these blogs are updated once […]