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According to BlogPulse, there were more than 164 Million Blogs in July 2011.
49% of Bloggers are from USA, followed by 29% from Europe and then 12% from Asia Pacific
64% of Bloggers are Hobbyists.Only 21% of bloggers are Full time bloggers.
30% of bloggers are of age group 25-34 years followed by 27% from age group 35-44 years.
15% of US bloggers are from California.
Social Media in India has been growing rapidly. During 2011 online presence among Indian users has increased very drastically if we compare it from past few years. There are more than 100 million online users from India that comprises 4.5% of total online users across the globe.
French shoemaker Christian Louboutin is known for its signature red-soled shoes, so when fashion house Yves Saint Laurent decided to sell some red-soled footwear,Louboutin sued (and lost).
Red-soled Louboutins have become so distinguished and sought-after that women who can’t afford a pair — which sell for upwards of $600 — have gone to shoe repair stores to ask cobblers to take their less expensive footwear and resole them with vibrant red rubber.
Thomas Keller is a very lucky man. Not only is he the only chef and restauranteur in the U.S. to be awarded three Michelin stars for two restaurants simultaneously, his two restaurants, French Laundry in the Napa Valley, and Per Se in New York City’s Columbus Circle, are consistently ranked among the world’s best restaurants by Restaurant magazine.
All around the United States, people are getting more interview callbacks in IT. If you want to find out which IT sector jobs are booming, and which are the most highly paid, then read on. You can find out why jobs are expanding, what skills are required, and what each job comprises for IT gurus. Thanks to Modis, the Information Technology marketplace has become as straightforward as binary.