Where do People Find Blogs

Looks like people find their way to blogs through search engines. So here we are, obsessing over technoratitechnorati and co. and notbody gives a damn about them. Just more proof that the A-list tech bloggers are years ahead of the regular Joe.

Scoble talks about this in one of his latest posts.

Inside Microsoft we have interesting discussions about our blogs. Today Michael Rys sent around his stats. 72.86% of his traffic (about 2500 visits today) came from search engines. 25.84% came from Web sites, including other blogs, .89% came from email. .41% came from news groups. Of the traffic that came from search engines, 94.56% came from Google. 2.49% came from Yahoo. 1.83% came from MSN Search. Does Google have a monopoly in search? I’ll let you answer that question, cause I’m not a lawyer.


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