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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Let's Fight Fire With Fire

Note to Hamodia, Yated, Mishpacha, Agudath Israel et al:

(Dow Jones News Service)

The number of visitors to the blog pages of the top 10 online newspapers grew 210% in the past year, far outpacing growth to the parent sites. Nielsen/NetRatings (NTRT) found that while the unique audience to online newspapers grew 9% from December 2005 to December 2006, the number of visitors to blog pages at the top newspapers skyrocketed and accounted for 13% of the parent sites' total traffic.
Here are the most popular online newspaper blogs and their estimated December audiences:
USATODAY.com blogs, 1.239 million
The New York Times' blogs, 1.173 million
SFGate blogs, 515,000
Washingtonpost.com blogs, 433,000
Boston.com blogs, 388,000

Yes, there is much garbage on blogs. What is our answer?

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