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myBlogS 2009: The Monetisation of Blogs in Malaysia

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Help Julian Hopkins (Monash University Malaysia) with his Ph.D research on The monetisation of blogs in Malaysia. Click the image below:

Malaysian Blog Survey: if picture not working, go to www.budurl.com/myblogs2009

More info at his blog: anthroblogia< >anthroblogia: humans, blogs and the study of…

Written by cthulhu

April 1, 2009 at 6:01 pm

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  1. myBlogS 2009 – 538 already and only two more days left! …

    Just two more days to go!! I was soooo stressed when I launched this survey, and just hoping that I would get at least 100 responses, but now there have been 538!! 500 was my target, so that’s cool but I want more, more, more!! – muahhhahahahhaaha


    April 9, 2009 at 12:00 pm

  2. Hey thanks for plugging my survey :) Hope you found it interesting!


    April 10, 2009 at 12:28 pm

  3. I do, but I think I got it mix up somewhere when you asked about the most frequent blog. I entered a foreign one (ted.com, wired.com), not a local one -_-

    I read blog through RSS feeds (bloglines). It didn’t really matter what blog I read first, only the updated one (and the advertising isn’t intrusive).


    April 11, 2009 at 11:35 am

  4. Hey whichever blogs you like the most is what interests me – if a lot of Malaysian readers say they prefer non-Malaysian blogs, that’s an interesting fact :)

    Good point for the RSS tho – I hadn’t thought of that one… though I assume it means you’re not so interested in leaving comments??


    April 12, 2009 at 10:15 pm

  5. Check this http://www.bloglines.com/public/fez

    I been meticulously managing the RSS feeds in accordance to several classification e.q RSS of title only, RSS of summary only or RSS of full entries. It helps since I’m usually offline and outstation/offshore a lot. It summarize the whole feeds better.

    I usually leave comment(s) on friend’s blog and social (data-related) networking site (digg.com, flickr.com). Used to be active in StumbleUpon and del.icio.us — but time really restricted me to share most of new stumble, but tagging had been my second nature.


    April 14, 2009 at 11:00 pm

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