Has Blogging Peaked?

Tom Ascol thinks blogging has peaked, at least in SBC circles. What do you say?

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5 Responses to Has Blogging Peaked?

  1. Tony Kummer says:

    I think he’s wrong.

    While I agree that things will change as more organizations catch on, blogging is still the most obvious way to do social media. It is still the way to empower individuals to collaborate globally.

  2. tom ascol says:


    I would respond to you, but I think I will just twitter about it instead. 😉


  3. Tony Kummer says:

    @tom ascol: I thought of giving you a cool label like “post-blogger” but since you still blog it would be a little bit of nonsense.

    For what it’s worth, all of the blogs I administer are up about 400% from last years traffic and monthly comment counts.

  4. In SBC blogging, probably. But I have heard from several that Twitter and other social networking formats will soon replace that role in blogging. Therefore, blogging that is more article driven or niche oriented will likely hang around, but the personal commentary/journalistic type blogs will likely fade away.

    But then again, I could totally be wrong!

  5. Tony Kummer says:

    @Timmy Brister: If you follow Darren Rowse, which I know P&P does, then you’ll know he thinks it’s changing but will continue to grow and merge with other social media. The blog is just one of many ways to put your ideas out there.

    I think the bloggers that have learned how to be useful and unique will continue to grow. Plus consolidating to team blogs makes a lot of sense.

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