Britain's shrinking army of bloggers

In today’s Guardian, Bobbie Johnson salutes ‘Britain’s community of bloggers’, which has ‘grown to an army of nearly four million’, according to a new survey by Garlik.

Is this the same ‘growing’ army of bloggers that last July numbered seven million, according to the same paper?

I suppose it all depends on your definition of ‘growing’.

(Via The Urban Woo).


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