Blog Posts And Tweets: Where Do They Come From?

Blog Posts And Tweets: Where Do They Come From?
technology

An infographic explains the content that's travelling around the web these days.

Jackie Rangel
  • 24 august 2010

With the explosion of blog and Twitter posts, it’s interesting to note that according to this infographic from GOOD, the majority of source material still comes from traditional U.S. newspapers and magazines. Also, while the array of subjects covered by blogs is somewhat concentrated around a few current events categories, technology tweets seem to be single-handedly blazing the 140-character-news-trail.

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