Christian Blogging Survey [Updated]

Cory Miller at Church Communications Pro has released the findings of the 2007 Christian Blogger Survey. Full report here. I am re-posting this with the list of participants and some of Cory’s findings:

“Here are some snapshots of the survey:

* Total Number of Blogs In Survey: 367 blogs

* Most Popular Blogging Platform: Blogger with 184; WordPress was next with 77

* Length of Blogging Tenure: 122 blogging for one to six months; followed close by 121 who have been blogging one to two years

* Frequency of Posting: 175 indicated “one to 10 times a month”

* Gender: 309 were males

* Age: 136 are between 31 to 40 years old

* Ministry role: 128 respondents were “senior pastors””

[Original Post] Cory Miller has released the results from a survey of over 360 Christian bloggers, including me. Its called “Blogging Believers: Who’s Out There in the Blogosphere?” Interesting to see the largest group was “Senior Pastors”. Cory recommends this list of bloggers.

I remember a time (2001) when I was excited that I had 12 Christian bloggers on my blog roll. By 2002, that number was raging out of control and I realized it wasn’t possible to link to all of them. Ahhhh . . . the old days!

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Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • Matt says:

    Wow, that’s a long list of blogs. It’d be two full-time jobs keeping up with all those, even just the feeds! Don’t tell me you keep up with 100s of feeds… Somehow I wouldn’t be surprised if you did, except that you seem to be extremely busy besides keeping us all informed. Do you not sleep? J/K 😉

  • matt, when i get a moment i track key words through watchlists on technorati and have the feeds come into my news reader.
    i dont have time to go web surfing anymore.

  • Philip says:

    ahhhhh I wondered how you stayed on top of so much info, I will try that myself.

  • bryan riley says:

    I suppose I need to learn how to use some of the technology!

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