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Blog

A website to which a person or persons may regularly post journal entries or commentaries. A blog may be a personal diary, a collaboration concentrating on a theme or nearly anything in between. Most blogs allow readers to comment on each entry. Some blogs attract large followings and are monetized through advertisements and in other ways. As of 2007, there were more than 100 million blogs worldwide.
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The mainstream media has now fully embraced the health blogosphere, a fact that is evident in reviewing the Healthcare 100 today," Byrd said.
The ensemble of Wikio sites welcomed 20 million users during November 2009, and Wikio's Top Blog rankings have become a measure of influence in the various European blogospheres as well as within the advertising market.
There's a lot of garbage on the blogosphere, but there is a high tier where the product is superior and is drawing mass readership.
The new site provides direct access to online influencers, top beauty and fashion bloggers, educational workshops, events, as well as resources that help promote a healthy blogosphere.
As the leading blog search engine and most comprehensive source of information on the blogosphere, the organization indexes more than 1.
The conservative blogosphere is a vibrant, ever-growing community, and as you'll find if you look through the sites listed above, there's something for everyone.
A lie or distortion in the blogosphere has its own dangers: It can spread much faster and can be much harder to put down or even pin down.
My mission with Latina Bloggers Connect is to celebrate the passion, style, influence and guts that it takes to be a woman in the blogosphere.
Governor Palin had previously enjoyed a sizeable lead over Senator Biden in the blogosphere, but for the week of September 21 through September 27, Palin's volume dropped 9% -- a decline that has been steady over the past few weeks.
If a memo takes root in the blogosphere, it won't be long before your candidate will be answering questions about it at press conferences.
Michael Johns' Exit Upset Fans and Set the Blogosphere on Fire
Former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan encapsulated that spirit in a November 4 Wall Street Journal column: "Every time the big networks and big broadsheet national newspapers tried to pull off a bit of pro-liberal mischief--CBS and the fabricated Bush National Guard documents, the New York Times and bombgate, CBS's 60 Minutes attempting to coordinate the breaking of bombgate on the Sunday before the election--the yeomen of the blogosphere and AM radio and the Internet took them down.