Technorati


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Technorati

(1) An advertising platform for blog publishers. Debuting in 2002, Technorati was originally a website that indexed blogs, provided a content search and touted the "Technorati Top 100." The company evolved into revenue producing programs for blog publishers. For more information, visit www.technorati.com.

(2) (technorati) Synonymous with "digerati," who are people who are technically competent. See digerati, numerati, glasserati and technophilia.
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* In July 2005, Technorati was tracking over 14.2 million Weblogs and more than 1.3 billion links.
The AdEngage platform will form the base of Technorati Engage, a self-service advertising network of blogs and social media sites that launches today as a private alpha.
Take a quick scan of the sites listed in Technorati's Top 10 blogs and one word springs to mind: engagement.
It's called Technorati, and it's at http://technorati.com.
According to Technorati (the blog search engine), Engadget is the most popular blog on the entire internet--and for good reason.
In fact, blog tracking firm Technorati recently reported that there are 55m blogs worldwide and 100,000 blogs are being created every day.
They tend to 'triangulate' information--they get it from Google, from Technorati and from corporate media."
A recent study conducted by Technorati found that approximately 75,000 new blogs are launched daily, with an accompanying 1.2 million posts.
For example, Technorati.com lets you search specifically through blogs, Furl.net allows people to capture articles they want to remember in personal lists, and Digg.com lets you "vote" for articles that are particularly strong (note the convenient "Digg This Story" buttons next to The Pulse articles).