Tuesday, 30th September 2008
Technorati released its annual report on the state of the Blogosphere. The report is broken down into an introductory section and five sections dealing with topics such as ...
Who Are the Bloggers?
The What And Why of Blogging
The How of Blogging
Blogging For Profit
Brands Enter The Blogosphere
The report uncovers a lot of interesting information on the blogosphere with statisitics, demographics and opinions. But most of all it paints a picture of change as the nature and format of blogs are developing. Due to the growth in size and influence of blogs, the report states: "... the lines between what is a blog and what is a mainstream media site become less clear. Larger blogs are taking on more characteristics of mainstream sites and mainstream sites are incorporating styles and formats from the Blogosphere. In fact, 95% of the top 100 US newspapers have reporter blogs." This clearly shows that blogs have become a natural part of the media landscape and that we can expect more and more Web 2.0 tools to become commodity in the information industry. More findings and the report you can find at: http://digbig.com/4xppd
Document the value chain, and transform the way you think about, manage and report on your product portfolio and your information service contributions to your organisation goals.
Focus on Value Chain
Risk assessment is a required process for a healthy information department. It gauges the ability of your services, team, portfolio and overall value to withstand stress.
Focus on Risk Assessment
Sorry, there seems to be a problem with Webinar and Community listings. Please let us know, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Our proven processes, resources and guidance will help your team make the shift from transaction centre to strategic asset.
Designed around the most common challenges and pain points for time- and resource-strapped information teams
Supercharge remote productivity and value
Holistic content portfolio management
Future-proof your information service
A tailored overview of our research and active discussion with your Jinfo analyst.
Measure your starting point to articulate your strengths and set priorities for future improvements. Assessments gauge risk, capacity, value and more.
Read case studies, and start the conversation:
Connect your team with the practical tools, original research and expertise to build and support information strategy in your organisation.
A Jinfo Subscription gives access to all Content (articles, reports, webinars) and Community.