65% of internet users have paid for online content

If you're a blogger looking to generate revenue, here's something that might interest you... "Nearly two-thirds of internet users – 65% – have paid to download or access some kind of online content from the internet, ranging from music to games to news articles to adult material. Music, software, and apps are the most popular … Continue reading 65% of internet users have paid for online content

Teens break up with blogging…

Image via CrunchBase ...and start flirting with Twitter! "A new study published today by Pew Internet finds that teens and young adults are blogging less and using social networking sites more, with the prominent exception of Twitter. Pew’s Report surveyed 2,253 American adults and 800 U.S. teens to get a reading of how they use … Continue reading Teens break up with blogging…

Are location-based services overrated?

Image via CrunchBase Please consider this... "Despite the buzz around location-based services, I have been ambivalent, if not skeptical about the technology.As much as social media has encouraged people to share information, I have not been convinced there is the same amount of enthusiasm for broadcasting your location.There’s the issue of privacy, as well as … Continue reading Are location-based services overrated?