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The Blogconomy Blogging Statistic

Interesting statistic about how the blogosphere operates and more interestingly, how much money the biggest blogs generate every year.

– 6.7 million people blog on blogging sites and 12 million people blog via social networks.
– The leading blogging site in the US is Blogger, which has over 46 million unique visitors each month.
– 23% of Internet time is spent on blogs and social networks.
– 77% of Internet users read blogs.
– 53.3% of bloggers are 21 to 35-year-olds.
– The majority of bloggers are women.

Why blogging is good for your business
– Small businesses with blogs generate 126% more leads.
– Interesting content is one of the top 3 reasons people follow brands on social media.
– 81% of US consumers trust advice and information from blogs.
– Companies that blog have 97% more inbound links.
– B2B marketers using blogs generate 67% more leads.
– Websites with blogs have 434% more indexed pages.
– Websites with blogs have 97% more indexed links.
– 61% of US consumers have made a purchase based on a blog post.
– 37% of marketers believe blogs are the most important type of content marketing.
– 90% of consumers find customer content useful.
– 60% of consumers feel a company’s positivity after reading the site.
– 82% of consumers enjoy reading relevant content from brands.
– 70% of consumers learn about a company through articles rather that ads.

The Five Types of Bloggers
The Part-time Professional

– Uses blogging to supplement income.
The Hobbyist
– Blogs for fun and doesn’t earn an income.
– Mostly blogs personal musings.
– 60% spend less than three hours a week blogging.
The Full-time Professional
– Blogs as a full-time job.
The Corporate
– Blogs as part of their full-time job or full time for an organization.
– Makes up 8% of blogs.
The Entrepreneur
– Blogs for a company they own.
– Makes yp 13% of blogs.

The Evolution of Blogging
1997 – The term “blog” was coined in 1997, when John Barger called his site a weblog.
2001 – Niche blogs such as Mashable and TechCrunch brought blogging to the mainstream in the 21st century.
Now – Today, news blogs rival mainstream media Social media has made blogging more interactional.

How much do Bloggers earn?
– 14% of Blogger earn a salary through blogging
– $24,086 – average annual earnings
– $33,577 – average annual earnings for corporate bloggers
– $1,000 per year – Half of bloggers paid per post earn less than $25 on average and less than $1,000 per year

Most common ways to generate revenue: Display Ads, Affiliate Marketing Links and Search Ads.

Ways to earn money through Blogging
– Advertising Banners: Advertisers pay for a banner to be displayed.
– CPM Advertising: Advertisers pay for each time an advertisements is seen.
– Pay Per Click: Advertisers pay for each click on their advertisements.
– Affiliate Sales: A portion of sales of recommended items goes to the blogger.

Tips and Tricks
– Get a good domain name
– Use a cheap and reliable web hosting solution
– Choose the advertising that is right for your blog
– Use affiliate programs to sell others’ products
– Market your services to readers
– Use your blog to deepen existing customer relations
– Write quality content
– Use SEO techniques to attract visitors to your blog

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