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Ana Marie Cox Talks Blogging

David Pogue from the NYT has a good interview with Ana Marie Cox, blogger from the massively successful Wonkette. She’s also recently been hired to become Washington editor of Time.com as a result of her blogging.

In it he asks her about how she got into blogging (Nick Denton discovered her in a grocery store) as well as exploring what it’s like to be a paid blogger with a contract.

They also dig into the ‘ingredients of a successful blog’ in which Ana talks about how she sees a move from blogs run by individuals to blogs being run by groups of people as being a shift that is happening and will continue to happen in the successful blog ranks.

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Comments

  1. Ben Barren says:

    ana marie was a founding member of suck.com so it wasnt really denton that discovered her. it was joey anuff. anyway that was along time ago. suck.com still hasnt been beaten as a blog :) good link darren, bb

  2. Rex says:

    I think she is right on with her group blog theory. You get more viewpoints than just 1 single blogger on a blog.