Major In Blogging?

Today, A group from Tupelo, Mississippi, opened what they say is the first Blogging recruiting agency. See Bloggeropoly . There is evidence from sources around the Net that blogging is now becoming a career path.  See: Blogger Jobs. According to the Pro-Bloggers Association  the need for professional bloggers is growing.

May 31, 2005, The Wall Street Journal ran a story called “Blogging A Corporate Job; Digital ‘Handshake’?” Christine Halvorson was hired as chief blogger at Stonyfield Farm., a Londonderry, N.H., organic yogurt company. She writes four blogs and earns in the mid-$40,000s, she says. Stonyfield’s CEO says he plans to hire one or two additional full-time bloggers within the next two years, according to the Journal.Powered By Qumana

Comments

  1. Shirazi says:

    Thanks for this post. I am goingthere.

  2. Blake says:

    I think blogs needs to be incorporated more into part of a general education within schools/ colleges. BTW, I enjoy your posts, great stuff here.

  3. Neil MacLean says:

    Hi Mark
    Scotland has the first (unless anyone knows different) national blogging qualification for school students.
    Spotted at
    http://sqacomputing.blogspot.com/2005/06/blog-unit-is-now-available.htm

  4. Bringing them to the school atmosphere could be a could idea – i wonder how it would cause differences in social learnging as opposed to a journal
    Eling M Orton
    Full Color Printing

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