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Length of Blogging – Poll Results

Posted By Darren Rowse 31st of January 2006 Pro Blogging News 0 Comments

Last week’s Poll asked readers to share how long they’ve been blogging for and the results are now in.

The spread was actually quite wide with good percentages of the total vote of 910 participants polling in each area. The largest group were in the ‘under 3 months’ segment with the second biggest group being those currently not blogging.

While I’ve noticed quite a few bloggers with limited experience lately these larger numbers at the lower spectrum of experience are actually quite surprising to me with 60% of readers having less than a year of blogging under their belts.

Of course this means that 40% of readers of ProBlogger have good experience levels with 12% above 3 years.


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  • When is the point of no return? :)

  • day 1

  • {enter rimshot audio here}

  • Actually I think this distribution makes sense. The people who need this site most are probably those in the first 6 months of blogging. With many sites I find that once I’ve soaked up the bulk of the information, I return less and less often for the updates.

    This site is the exception for me in that I’m still reading it after a year. The reason being that while I perhaps know most of what you’re going to say at this point you do seem to keep coming up with something new to add to the mix.

  • i think problogger site is the useful site.

    we can know many things from this site.

  • Awsome choice of graph colors.

    This might be a silly question, but why would so many people who don’t blog read problogger?

  • Odd isn’t it Veridicus.

    I suspect it’s because I rank reasonably well in Google for a lot of terms that new bloggers or people investigating blogging would be looking for.

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