CNNIC Releases 2007 Survey Report on China Weblog Market Number of Blog Writers Reaches 47 Million Equaling One Fourth of Total Netizens
A report on Chinese bloggers has recently come out, with some information on the ever-growing popularity of web logs as well as their content. From China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC):
On Dec. 26th, 2007, CNNIC published “the Survey Report on Blogs in China 2007″. According to the report, by the end of Nov. 2007, the number of blog spaces has reached 72.82 million in China, and with 47 million blog writers, it is reaching one fourth of the total netizens. This indicates the rapid growth of the blog market in China.
The survey statistics show that by the end of Nov. 2007, the number of blog spaces has reached 72.82 million in China, while that of blog writers has totaled 47 million, which means that one out of every 30 Chinese, or one out of four netizens writes blogs. Also, the active blog writers have taken up 36% of the total blog writers, approximately 17 million, and the number of valid blog spaces of the active blog users is 28.75 million. [Full text]
China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), the state network information center of China, was founded as a non-profit organization on Jun. 3rd 1997.
CNNIC takes orders from the Ministry of Information Industry (MII) to conduct daily business, while it was administratively operated by Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). [Source: CNNIC.cn]