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“Blogs are Still Where Substantive Conversations are Happening.”

by Tom Johnson on Apr 29, 2010 •
categories: bloggingtechnical-writing

A recent Blogher study finds that blogging is still the dominant place where conversations of substance are taking place (despite rumors about blogging being dead or ideas that microblogging on Twitter and Facebook would replace the more time-consuming blog). I always knew this to be the case. For more info, check out “Blogs are Still Where Substantive Conversations are Happening.”

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