The Pew Internet & American Life Project released a study this week that showed that blog readership in 2004 increased by 58%, with 6 million Americans getting news and information fed to them through RSS aggregators. The same study shows that there are over 8 million people creating web-based logs or diaries. However, the same study shows that 62% of online Americans do not know what a blog is. Blogs are online diaries or where Internet users post their opinions, thoughts, observations, or whatever else they like to the world. The Pew Internet & American Life Project is a non-profit that studies the social impact of the Internet.
Starting a Blog is not a big success, continuing that is the big success. That too after 5 or 6 months bloggers getting bored if they didn’t get enough comments and hit counts, however most of them are unable to update due to their work and time restriction. In future everybody has blog, may school teacher validate students marks through blog(who knows)