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On the Twitter front:
Twitter 100
Graph illustrated in August 2009.

What we used to know of Twitter being more an adult communication tool is changing in Business Insider Chart of the Day in February 2010. The only increase came from those aged 24 and below.

On the Blogging front:
- Over 12 million American adults currently maintain a blog.
- More than 147 million Americans use the Internet.
- Over 57 million Americans read blogs.
- 1.7 million American adults list making money as one of the reasons they blog.
- 89% of companies surveyed say they think blogs will be more important in the next five years.
- 9% of internet users say they have created blogs.
- 6% of the entire US adult population has created a blog.
- Technorati is currently tracking over 70 million blogs.
- over 120 thousand blogs are created every day.
- There are over 1.4 million new blog posts every day.
- 22 of the 100 most popular websites in the world are blogs.
- 37% of blog readers began reading blogs in 2005 or 2006.
- 51% of blog readers shop online.
- Blog readers average 23 hours online each week.

With Google Wave and Google Buzz on in for the kill, it will be interesting to see the trend shift.

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