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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…



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How many blogs really matter?

Dale Wolf, author of Context Rules Marketing, highlights some interesting subscription statistics from RSS aggregator, Bloglines: According to Jim Lanzone, Senior Vice President of Search Properties at Ask Jeeves, there are 36,000 blogs that “really…



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Clogger is about to be outed

The Nobleizer who writes the amusing, oft corrosive, self-deprecating, anonymous blog, Clogger, is about to be outed. In typical style, the author wonders whether anyone cares and whether we’ll see this as some kind of…



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Blog posting from Writely

Hmm, I seem to be on a ‘where can I blog from’ vibe today. This time I’m at Writely.com. This free, web service provides a fairly sophisticated text editor, including a spell checker, from which…


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Back up your blog

It’s a good idea to back up your blog. If you use Moveable Type or another server-based blogging platform you can easily backup the files yourself. For all those with hosted blogs such as Blogger…


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The A-List and the Long Tail

Dave Sifry, CEO of Technorati, has posted the fourth and fifth posts in his State of the Blogosphere series. Part four deals with spam blogs, fake blogs, comment/trackback spam and how Technorati is tackling the…