Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere 2010



technorati state of the blogosphere 2010

When it comes to blog statistics, Technorati is the authority as it indexes more than 1 million blogs. Since 2004, Technorati has been publishing an annual study of the growth and trends in the blogosphere called the State of the Blogosphere. This year, Technorati took a closer look into the blogosphere, focusing on mobile blogging and female bloggers.

Here’s an introduction from Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere 2010:

Welcome to Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere 2010 report. Since 2004, our annual study has followed growth and trends in the blogosphere. For 2010, we took a deeper dive into the entire blogosphere, with a focus on female bloggers. This year’s topics include: brands embracing social media, traditional media vs. social media, brands working with bloggers, monetization, smartphone and tablet usage, importance of Twitter and Facebook, niche blogging, and changes within the blogosphere over 2010.

The Technorati State of the Blogoshere 2010 is an extensive and very detailed documentation so I’ll only share some of the interesting data that I got from reading the report.

Bloggers Worldwide
technorati state of the blogosphere 2010

Gender
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Age
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Occupation
technorati state of the blogosphere 2010

Blogging
technorati state of the blogosphere 2010

Social Media
technorati state of the blogosphere 2010

Platform
technorati state of the blogosphere 2010

Activities

technorati state of the blogosphere 2010

Future Plans
technorati state of the blogosphere 2010

Brian Solis, a globally recognized and one of the prominent thought leaders and published authors in new media published his own take on this topic. You can read it here.

Anyone else read the Technorati State of the Blogosphere 2010? What can you say about the data and results you’ve seen from the images above and from the rest of the data presented in the report? What other trends do you see growing or becoming more popular next year? Please share your thoughts.

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2 Comments

  1. JP Habaradas

    December 17, 2010 at 1:35 AM

    @dimaks – I know. I’m sure they used up a lot of resources to come up with all these data. I haven’t logged in to my Technorati account in a long time myself. Since you mentioned it, I think I’m gonna try and see if I can still login to it. :D

  2. dimaks

    December 17, 2010 at 1:30 AM

    This a gigantic presentation of trend in the blogoshpere. well, i stopped visiting my technorati account 2 years ago due to the revamp they made. I can hardly get into my old profile and set everything up, like the favorites and links authorities. Or it’s just me :)

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