Published on November 20, 2008
Why are blogs not dead ? Vanina Delobelle, Ph.D. Nove mber 2008
Vanina Delobelle 25% of online consumers read blogs
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Vanina Delobelle 14% of online consumers comment on blogs
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Vanina Delobelle 11% of online consumers write a blog
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