Report: Blogging Falls to Facebook and Twitter

#promote. Blogging marked the start of the online revolution and while the industry is still soaring, it's charting a new course. A new study shows bloggers still want to share their views with the world, but just in 140 characters or less.

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#promote. Blogging marked the start of the online revolution and while the industry is still soaring, it’s charting a new course. A new study shows bloggers still want to share their views with the world, but just in 140 characters or less.

According to Technorati, 78 percent of bloggers use Twitter and the number one reason bloggers use the social networking site is to promote their own blog.

Technorati’s annual State of the Blogosphere 2010 report shows that social media is becoming increasingly indispensable for bloggers, with 87 percent using Facebook,

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