Blogosphere mag launching blogger awards Paid Members Public
The magazine for bloggers has launched some awards - for blogger. Of course.
Life in the YouTube celeb bubble Paid Members Public
Blogosphere's lead interview gives us an insight into life inside the influencer bubble - and how the Mail views it, too…
Blogosphere magazine: last decade's jargon on today's newsstands Paid Members Public
Of all the things I expected to find in the WHSmith in Clapham Junction, this was not one of them: Blogosphere? (Top shelf, right hand side.) There’s a word I haven’t heard – or used [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2015/01/blogging-evolved-buzzfeed.html] – in a long, long time.
Technorati State of the Blogosphere 2008 Paid Members Public
At last! The 2008 Technorati state of the Blogosphere [http://www.technorati.com/blogging/state-of-the-blogosphere/] is out. Nice to see it back to being blog-focused rather that being a report into the notional “live web”. The report is being published in five sections over five days. Only section one – Who
There is no British Blogosphere Paid Members Public
A question [http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/technology/shanerichmond/sept07/britishblogosphere.htm] : > It’s been an interesting week for the British blogosphere. A week that has raised the question of whether there even is such a thing. The answer is twofold. The first is that the internet, by its
Work in Progress 2: Joining The Conversation Paid Members Public
Why should I bother joining in? You should bother, because you respect your readers. This is more important in trade journalism than most other forms of our profession. Our readers are also the people we write about. We are the intruders in their business, not the other way around. And