Blogads survey

Henry Copeland of Blogads has posted the results of his survey. Unfortunately, given that it isn’t a sample, the results have to be taken with a huge chunk of salt. If there is any question of this, some of the demographic items indicate a US-centric skew, among others. Other items strike me as intuitively pretty far out there (20% of bloggers subscribe to the New Yorker? Don’t think so.)

I’m sure that this will be of much more interest to the sites that hosted links to the survey. Provides a neat gauge of their own readership. Also is a helpful selling point for Blogads.

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  1. Posted 5/26/2004 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

    Maybe that many people misinterpreted the “New Yorker” as reading the “New York Times.”
    I use too many “quotes” when I “talk.”

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