Mike Manuel is continuing the conversation about companies making a big mistake by not paying attention to what those on blogs are saying about their brands, products, services, or even executives on a regular basis. Obviously, a big part of this problem is education, insofar as: Companies don't necessarily know this is going on Once [...]
...$13,548.96, according to this very cool little applet created by Dane Carlson. The tool uses Technorati rankings to calculate a blog's value based on the selling price of Weblogs, Inc (which I write for) to AOL. You'll notice a graphic for this down at the bottom of the link lists.