A new report from Jupiter Research suggests that although bloggers may all a bunch of weirdos, freaks and research analysts - they're also rather influential too.

A new report from Jupiter Research suggests that although bloggers may all a bunch of weirdos, freaks and research analysts – they're also rather influential too. The Guardian reports:

Although unprompted contributors are generally younger and more vocal than the wider online population, they are increasingly important as opinion formers and trend-setters. Mr Smith [of Jupiter Research] says businesses, media organisations and advertisers reading blogs should be wary of making assumptions about their wider significance, but that their muscle cannot be ignored.

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