Polling Conservative Opinion Makers About Blogs

by John Hawkins | June 2, 2004 1:14 am

One of the things many bloggers have long believed is that weblogs are able to influence public opinion, despite not receiving massive amounts of traffic, because large numbers of influential people read blogs. In other words, blogger influence comes mostly from “the who”, not the “how many”[1]. So, in order to test that hypothesis, I decided to poll more than a 100 prominent conservatives to see if they read blogs. Here are the results…(Cont)[2]

  1. blogger influence comes mostly from “the who”, not the “how many”: https://rightwingnews.com/archives/week_2003_11_02.PHP#001477
  2. (Cont): https://rightwingnews.com/special/blogreach.php

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