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Wall Street Journal Lies About Blogging
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If this is the kind of basic economic data provided by the nation’s leading business newspaper, no wonder the market tanked:

It takes about 100,000 unique visitors a month to generate an income of $75,000 a year. Bloggers can get $75 to $200 for a good post, and some even serve as “spokesbloggers” — paid by advertisers to blog about products.

Ri-iiight. But I’m merely an unofficialspokesblogger” for Corona Beer, which may explain why the moolah’s not rolling in.

Robert Stacy McCain
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