Are you blogging less, tweeting more?

By Steve Outing

I have a few projects going right now, and I find that I’m remembering to post to this blog less often than I usually do. It’s not just that I’m busy, though; I’ve always been busy. No, I think that in part I’m blogging a bit less because I’m tweeting more. (To “tweet” is slang for posting to Twitter, but I’m using the term here to represent posting to various micro-blogging and personal-update services — which are proliferating, BTW; just yesterday I signed up to Plurk.)

Used to be that whenever a stray thought or insight came into my head, I’d blog about it. But now I’m more likely to condense said thought/insight into 140 characters and tweet it. If it can’t be boiled down to that, then it becomes a blog item.

How is this working out for you? Are you blogging less now that micro-blogging services like Twitter are gaining in popularity?

Author: Steve Outing Steve Outing is a Boulder, Colorado-based media futurist, digital-news innovator, consultant, journalist, and educator. ... Need assistance with media-company future strategy? Get in touch with Steve!

2 Responses to "Are you blogging less, tweeting more?"

  1. mcwflint
    mcwflint 9 years ago .Reply

    I knew I was posting less and I think it might be having so many places to shout.

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