The Way We Blog: Most Popular Platforms, Features and Facts [Infographic]

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Being a blogger, you are a part of a huge community of people of all nationalities, ages, interests and talents, who run blogs of all shapes and sizes – from small personal pages to huge corporate blogs. It’s certainly interesting to get to know your “colleagues”  better – how long they’ve been into blogging and whether it’s their major occupation or it’s possible to combine blogging with other things. The following infographic presented by provides answers to most of these questions in a visually appealing manner. It also presents the most popular platforms for blogging, which include now only the traditional Blogger and WordPress, but also Tumblr, Drupal, Typepad, LiveJournal and Movable Type. So, help yourself to this tasty piece of info!

Summing up the results, here’s the interesting data to analyse:

  • 65% of blogs are run as a hobby
  • 86% of bloggers have at least 1 year experience in blogging
  • 60% of bloggers are male
  • 27% of TOP 100 blogs (and 2 of top 10) are powered by WordPress.

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