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Ford are going to give 100 bloggers (and some celebs) the car to test drive and socially track their progress as part of their new Fiesta Movement campaign. Ford want to bring back the 2009 campaign but pull it in line with today’s popular media channels, and want to use people that can honestly review, critique and give their opinion on the car – the bloggers, that is.
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Bloggers are often amateurs, coming from the Latin verb amare – to love, so they have far more free reign to write about something that they’re passionate about and are potentially more trusted by the general public as a result.
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Blogging has grown up more quickly than anyone imagined. There are now nearly 163 million blogs worldwide with more than 69 thousand blogs created every 24 hours. But blogging isn’t just the purview of hobbyists; the ever-expanding blog industry features top-performing businesses that bring in serious revenue. Blogs have given platforms to a collection of original voices, provocative opinions and a wealth of knowledge.
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The Independent noticed a recent trend of very young kids taking to blogging and sharing their views on a wide range of topics. Be it reviews of new toys, gadgets or even politics, these pre-teens are not shy to air their views on their blogs and have attracted readers from all over the world. The newspaper adds that while the blogs may help improve their literacy skills, it also spoke with a few parents who were concerned about the privacy of their kids and what they share on the web.
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If you’re a heavy user of Google services like Gmail, the Calender and Google Docs, it makes sense to have everything collected together in one place. iGoogle does this by acting as a homepage and a base to access all your services whilst also having some useful widgets and gadgets to hand. You can pimp it up with your own backgrounds and styles too.