Thanks to Leisa Reicheld for an onslaught of fascinating links this week.
I was complaining recently that I couldn’t cope with the sheer quantity of conversations that the network lifestyle was expecting me to have. Seems I’m not completely alone. This posting sums up some interesting information about the “stalling” growth of the blogosphere and the things that people really find the time and energy to do online.
The blogosphere is not growing much any more. A finite number of people really have time to run an active blog. Because it’s hard work having too many conversations. 20% of us are using social networking sites. 13% of us are actively posting stuff. And 52% of us are not participating at all in this hoo-ha!