8 thoughts on “Changes in the A List afoot

  1. The changes in popularity of bloggers shouldn’t be too surprising, given the still relative newness of blogging. Heck, still most Americans — I’d even say most people online — are not familiar with blogs.

    Blogging is still in its infancy.

    As more people do blog, and even more learn about and read blogs, there’ll be a bunch of new “young guns” in town to knock off the “old guard.” ;)

    Once the blog-reading population plateaus a bit, then it’ll be difficult to move about in blog popularity rankings.

    If that’s what you (generally speaking) really set out to do as a blogger.
    – Mike
    http://www.mikespoints.com

  2. The changes in popularity of bloggers shouldn’t be too surprising, given the still relative newness of blogging. Heck, still most Americans — I’d even say most people online — are not familiar with blogs.

    Blogging is still in its infancy.

    As more people do blog, and even more learn about and read blogs, there’ll be a bunch of new “young guns” in town to knock off the “old guard.” ;)

    Once the blog-reading population plateaus a bit, then it’ll be difficult to move about in blog popularity rankings.

    If that’s what you (generally speaking) really set out to do as a blogger.
    – Mike
    http://www.mikespoints.com

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