06 October 2008


Slate has a nice analysis of some recent news about blogging, particularly about the business and diversity of the activity. Most staggering may be the volume: "Bloggers create 900,000 blog posts a day worldwide" Business Week reported on some financial successes in blogging, but as a non-commercial blog Places and Spaces is a bit different.

Still, it raises an interesting question. Should we consider adding some adwords, or Google ads if we can funnel all of the revenue into something like Rutgers' Steve Strom Landscape Architecture Development Fund? Sounds like a possible poll.

1 comment:

Puk said...

I would rather you investigate the possibility of a specialized ad network. Blogher, for instance, is popular among women bloggers. Lime is a "green" lifestyle website who recently launched an environmental ad network.

Don't just Google it and forget it.