18 Infographics about Blogging and Blogosphere Every Bloggers Must Know
The blogosphere is made up of all blogs and their interconnections. The term implies that blogs exist together as a connected community or as a social network in which everyday authors can publish their opinions. To help you better understand the interconnecting world of blogs, here’s a showcase of Top 18 infographics about blogging and blogosphere that every blogger should know. Through these masterpieces, you’ll not only enhance your knowledge about blog distribution, but also gain an insight into reader’s trends and blogging economy in a visually pleasing way.
We hope you’ll find these infographics useful and wish you have a successful blogging journey!
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The Blogging World
In this infographic, you’ll find some interesting facts about blogging world including blogger type, blogging topics, traffic sources and more.
The Blogosphere We Call Home
Everything you need to know about who makes up the blogosphere, what and why they are blogging, and how much time is being spent doing so.
Which Blogging Platform Should You Use?
When starting a blog, this question comes to the mind of every blogger. Which blogging platform is the best? This infograph shows a survey of bloggers’ preferences for blogging platform.
The Evolution of the Blogger
In the dark ages of the early 1990s, internet users sought to make their stamp on internet history by forging a new type of voyeurism and narcissism. In 1994 the blog was born, and since then, human interaction has never been the same.
The Most Popular Design Blogs
A list of popular design and development blogs ranked by the total number of Twitter followers and Facebook fans.
Most Popular Blogging Platforms Compared
This infographic compares some of the leading blog platforms by providing some interesting statistics.
Who’s in the Blogosphere?
Have you ever wondered who and what the blogosphere consisted of? Well, luckily a recent study was undertaken by Technorati, in order to help put things in perspective. Consisting largely of a survey, asking bloggers about their demographic information, blogging activity, and profitability, the data yielded some rather interesting findings.
Search Benefits of the Blogosphere
This infographic describes both the tangible and intangible benefits of engaging with the blogosphere.
The Blog Tree
This infographic shows the interrelationship among blogs ranging from social media and venture capital to news, PR and personal branding.
State of Blogosphere
This is an infographic from the Blog Herald analyzing the state of the blogosphere in 2010.
The Power of WordPress
An introduction of how popular WordPress was, and how it has evolved over the past seven years.
Self Hosted WordPress.org vs. Free WordPress.com
When starting out as a beginner, this question comes in everyone’s mind. Which one is better? Is it better to pick the Self Hosted WordPress.org, or is it better to go with Free WordPress.com? To find out the answer, this infographic compares both options side by side with list of pros and cons.
Ultimate Guide to Upgrade WordPress for Beginners
This infograph features a research conducted on the hacked WordPress blogs. It also shows a step by step guide to upgrade WordPress.
The Anatomy of a WordPress Theme
With all the WordPress theme frameworks that arose over the past few years, you’d almost forget what a normal WordPress theme looks like. Check out the anatomy of a WordPress theme infographic below:
The Blog Economy
Who are the bloggers of 2010? Did you know that North America has the highest percentage of bloggers worldwide or that the greatest percentage of bloggers are hobbyists? Read below to learn more about the blog economy of 2010.
The Journey of a Successful Blog Post
The owner of this infographic shows how he examines his blog post “18 most downloaded WordPress plugins ever” and shows its way from being published, to being spread to thousands of bloggers within 24 hours.
Corporate Blogging: The Infographic
A great infographic of “Corporate Blogging for Dummies” John Uhri did after reading through the book.