Written on March 26th, 2005 at 06:03 am by Darren Rowse

The Blog Cycle

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Anil Dash posts an interesing post on The Blog Cycle that sub-communities within the larger blogging population go through. Its an interesting post and one that I see the ‘entrepreneurial blogging’ community going through at the momemnt. The stages of the cycle that he identifies are:

  • What is blogging?
  • Our community invented blogging!
  • Blogging vs. Journalism Phew.
  • Where are the women/minorities?
  • You’ll get fired!
  • Think about the children!
  • The technology is boring/unimportant.
  • Will blogs change the world?
  • What you do isn’t blogging — do it this way.
  • They don’t deserve it!

Fascinating observations of someone who is a position to have observed many such blogging sub communities. Read more at Anil Dash: The Blog Cycle

What would you add or subtract from his stages? Where do you think the ‘Pro’, ‘Entrepreneurial’ and ‘Business’ Blogging community is at presently?

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