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Blogging : 10 erreurs à ne pas commettre. - Overblog France

Blogging : 10 erreurs à ne pas commettre. - Overblog France | Toulouse networks | Scoop.it

Hello chers Overblogueurs ! Aujourd'hui on va traiter des erreurs à ne pas commettre en blogging. Cela s'adresse à vous tous, que vous soyez débutants ou au contraire aguerris sur la blogosphère.

Encore une fois, la liste des 10 erreurs qui va suivre n'est pas exhaustive et bien d'autres peuvent s'y ajouter.

Pour créer cette liste, nous nous sommes tout simplement inspirés de notre propre ressenti lorsqu'on visite et lit certains blogs, de notre propre expérience et de certains retours que nous avons pu avoir de la part de blogueurs.

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State of the Blogosphere 2011: Part 2 - Technorati Blogging

State of the Blogosphere 2011: Part 2 - Technorati Blogging | Toulouse networks | Scoop.it
Welcome to Technorati's State of the Blogosphere 2011 report. Since 2004, our annual study has followed growth and trends in the blogosphere. This year's topics include: blogging and social media, bloggers and traditional media, traffic and analysis, brands and marketing in the blogosphere, bloggers' motivations and consequences, monetization, and changes within the blogosphere over 2011.

What’s in it for the Bloggers? Motivations and Consequences of Blogging
Bloggers and Social Media
Blogging Topics
Brands in the Blogosphere: What Do the Marketers Say?

WHAT’S IN IT FOR THE BLOGGERS: MOTIVATIONS AND CONSEQUENCES OF BLOGGING

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The State of the Blogosphere 2010 with a bit of scoop.it in it!

The State of the Blogosphere 2010 with a bit of scoop.it in it! | Toulouse networks | Scoop.it
The question we ask ourselves when examining the state of the blogosphere is whether or not the cup is half full or half empty? Personally, I believe the
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State of the Blogosphere 2011: Part 3 - Technorati Blogging

State of the Blogosphere 2011: Part 3 - Technorati Blogging | Toulouse networks | Scoop.it
Welcome to Technorati's State of the Blogosphere 2011 report. Since 2004, our annual study has followed growth and trends in the blogosphere. This year's topics include: blogging and social media, bloggers and traditional media, traffic and analysis, brands and marketing in the blogosphere, bloggers' motivations and consequences, monetization, and changes within the blogosphere over 2011.

 

Active Blogging
Blogging Technology
Traffic and Analytics
Monetization and Revenue
The Top Blogs and Posts of 2011

ACTIVE BLOGGING

According to Technorati’s index, a minority of bloggers are posting daily, or even weekly. Further, the Technorati index skews to more active bloggers – presumably they have listed their blog with Technorati because they are actively creating content and want others to find it. Active blogging is clearly rewarded. When looking at average posts per month and per day by Technorati Authority, bloggers in the Top 100 generate 36 times more content than the average blogger. We also see a higher use of tags as part of their arsenal of strategies to bring audiences to their content, with 92% of the Top 100 bloggers using tags.

 

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State of the Blogosphere 2011: Part 1 - Technorati Blogging

State of the Blogosphere 2011: Part 1 - Technorati Blogging | Toulouse networks | Scoop.it
Welcome to Technorati's State of the Blogosphere 2011 report. Since 2004, our annual study has followed growth and trends in the blogosphere. This year's topics include: blogging and social media, bloggers and traditional media, traffic and analysis, brands and marketing in the blogosphere, bloggers' motivations and consequences, monetization, and changes within the blogosphere over 2011.

 

Who are the Bloggers?
Bloggers and Traditional Media
Brands in the Blogosphere: What do the bloggers say?
Media Habits of Bloggers
Consumers in the Blogosphere

WHO ARE THE BLOGGERS?

We started with a basic inquiry about the identity of the respondents. Roughly three fifths are male, a proportion that holds true over all blogger types. Not surprisingly, a majority of bloggers are in the 25-44 age range – but a third are over 44.

 

Read more: http://technorati.com/blogging/article/state-of-the-blogosphere-2011-part1/#ixzz1cxQsJJaw

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