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Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists
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Basic Blogging For Citizen Journalists

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The presentation I gave on basic blogging at the Indiana Coalition for Open Government's Citizen Journalism Bootcamp. I discussed the who, what, where, when, why, and how (promotion) of blogging.

The presentation I gave on basic blogging at the Indiana Coalition for Open Government's Citizen Journalism Bootcamp. I discussed the who, what, where, when, why, and how (promotion) of blogging.

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  • 82 million to 78 million


  • Biggest demographic - Gen Y
    Fastest growing demographic - Women, 55 - 65
    Carmon on Facebook









  • Brian Oberkirch, PR guy and resident of Slidell, LA


  • Brian Oberkirch, PR guy and resident of Slidell, LA













































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    • 1. Blogging for Citizen Journalists (@edeckers) Erik Deckers
    • 2. Why?
    • 3. Gen Y outnumbers Baby Boomers
    • 4. 96% of Gen Y has joined a social network
    • 5. 400,000,000 (400 million) ‣number of people on Facebook
    • 6. If Facebook were a country, it would be the 3rd largest in the world
    • 7. 50,000,000 (50 million) ‣number of Twitter messages per day
    • 8. 77% ‣active number of Internet users who read blogs
    • 9. Who?
    • 10. Community
    • 11. Emergencies
    • 12. The Arts
    • 13. Politics
    • 14. Passions & Hobbies
    • 15. Personal Opinions
    • 16. What?
    • 17. Blog about. . . •Your community •Your politics •Your industry •Your hobbies •Your life
    • 18. Where?
    • 19. They Host You Host • Free • Hosting costs • Easy • Advanced • longURL.blogspot.com • www.YourURL.com • Limited functionality • Unlimited functionality
    • 20. When?
    • 21. Write. . . •Once/week •2–3 times/week •Once/day •Several times/day
    • 22. How?
    • 23. delicious
    • 24. RSS Feeds
    • 25. TwitterFeed
    • 26. Any questions? Find me SmallerIndiana.com Facebook.com/erikdeckers Read me ErikDeckers.com ProBlogService.com Tweet me Twitter.com/edeckers Reach me Erik@problogservice.com Thank you!

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