Technorati says it's adding 50,000 Web logs daily to the tracking universe. It now totals 36.5 million sites, the blogosphere is changing. The content and the publishers themselves are undergoing transitions.
Many early bloggers appear to be calling it quits - at least for now. Dave Winer says he'll stop posting before the end of the year. Slate.com ran a piece by Sarah Hepol in which she announced that, after five years, she's quitting blogging, too. "Blogging wasn't helping me write (a book); it was keeping me from it."
Meanwhile, the term "blog editor" reportedly is popping up in job listings. According to CNN Money.com:
I blog, you blog, we all blog apparently, judging from the proliferation of blogs in the past two years. The success of influential ones like Wonkette.com has companies wanting in on the perceived edginess of the blogosphere.
"Blogging" is not only starting to creep into people's job descriptions, but recruiters are starting to see blog-related job listings.
One on Monster.com seeks a blog editor "to manage and moderate blogs for clients and to write for the company blog on PR and new media topics."
CNN Money.com lists "blog editor" as one of 7 trendy new jobs. Do your career aspirations including blog editing?
Via: Light Within
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