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AUGUST 12, 2010 [Wikipedia] Amateur Bloggers Jump Ship, Pros Taking Over
A story in the current Newsweek says that interest in amateur (non-profit) blogging and contributing to Wikipedia is falling off rapidly as, frankly, people get tired of working for free. Editing encyclopedia entries in Wikipedia is no doubt fun and satisfying if you care about the specific topic, but without a financial incentive there’s no way to guarantee every entry about every subject, no matter how unpopular, is correct. The story mentions, in passing, that according to Technorati , professional bloggers are “a rising class.”. Watch this space for many more details, soon.
AUGUST 12, 2010 | WHAT WORKS - WHAT DOESN'T
[Wikipedia] Amateur Bloggers Jump Ship, Pros Taking Over
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