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Blognone - Feb 09

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State of Blognone, Feb 2009

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Blognone - Feb 09

  1. 1. CC-by 3.0 February 2009
  2. 2. Very Brief Introduction <ul>“ Blognone is Thai Slashdot” </ul>
  3. 3. <ul><li>Found in August, 2004 by two geek students
  4. 4. There was no Thai tech news site “we want to read” available at that time
  5. 5. Do it yourself! </li></ul>Brief Introduction
  6. 6. <ul><li>Fast
  7. 7. Deep
  8. 8. Accurate </li></ul><ul><li>No Plagiarism
  9. 9. Give Credit
  10. 10. Accountable </li></ul>Good Tech News...
  11. 11. <ul><li>Everyone can join
  12. 12. First comment , then discuss
  13. 13. Post the news </li><ul><li>First with approval
  14. 14. Later (with proof) without approval </li></ul><li>Result: geeks forum </li></ul>Open Discussion
  15. 16. <ul><li>8900+ registered members
  16. 17. 43 “writers” (can post without approval)
  17. 18. 10000+ news in 4 years </li><ul><li>avg. 6.8 news/day </li></ul><li>14,000 visitors/day
  18. 19. 27,000 pageviews/day
  19. 20. 85,000+ comments count </li></ul>As February 2009 Data from Google Analytics, blognone.com/statistics, blognone.com/hof Some Numbers
  20. 21. <ul><li>16,700 feed subscribers (FeedBurner)
  21. 22. 900 twitter followers </li><ul><li>Follow us at twitter.com/blognone </li></ul><li>2,300+ blog reactions on Technorati </li><ul><li>3,300+ from Google Blog Search </li></ul><li>3 annual events (seminar, 100-200 attendees)
  22. 23. 1 books </li></ul>As February 2009 Some More Numbers
  23. 24. Daily visits from Google Analytics, Jan 2006 – Feb 2009 +66.6% Growth YoY (2007-2008) Some Graphs
  24. 25. <ul>Press Trip <ul><li>Microsoft 2 (Beijing, Singapore - ReMIX)
  25. 26. Intel 1 (Taipei – IDF)
  26. 27. Mozilla 2 (Brussels – FOSDEM, Vancouver – Firefox Summit) </li></ul></ul>Press Partnership
  27. 28. Advertising Partnership Some big tech companies advertise with us
  28. 29. More Partnership <ul>Government </ul><ul>Private Companies </ul>
  29. 30. Trying to Do Good <ul><li>Open Letter to Minister of ICT on Open Source misunderstanding (blognone.com/openletter) </li><ul><li>~800 people signed the pettition </li></ul><li>Supporting Open Source, Open Standard, Net Neutrality, Creative Commons
  30. 31. Against Software Piracy, Internet Censorship
  31. 32. Blognone Jobs: Students meet Employer (for free!!!) </li></ul>

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