I know that Victor Keegan’s piece in the U.K.’s Guardian is an opinion piece, but to read his latest thoughts on the growth of blogs, you’d think that blogging was about as popular as Vonage shares right now.
If there is lesson here it is that blogging, for all its undoubted success in politics and the arts, hasn’t taken off in a way that many people, myself included, thought it would.
Huh? 100%+ growth in less than a year is not a success in your book then Victor? “Politics and the arts” is the what you think best portrays the blogosphere?
I tell you what, if blogging is such a flop, why not shut down the 13 Guardian blogs and focus on increasing that 2.5% national newspaper market share you have (the Racing Post is not too far behind you).