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Your Grandma Might Be Blogging You

The next time you visit your Granny or have dinner with your great Uncle Lou take care ... you may be blogged! Senior citizens are the fastest growing segment to embrace blogging.

Recently one of AMA's Hot Topic Boston speaker's Millie Garfield, My Mom's Blog, was quoted in several articles about senior bloggers. Although this article doesn't specifically mention AMA, the "Boston seminar" was the indeed the AMA workshop Blogs: Marketing Beyond the Website.

In June, Garfield was invited to speak at a Boston seminar for marketers on how to use the Web more effectively. A short video of the event, posted on her blog, captures the professionals laughing at her wisecrack about the benefits of a man who can still drive at night.

Perhaps when Millie finds her way to Oprah, AMA will be mentioned more prominently!

Posted by Toby in Boston Blog Seminar, Weblogs | Permalink


Toby - Good point on seniors being the fastest growing segment of bloggers. My Grandmother just loves reading blogs. Great way for her to keep active and stay involved. But according to LiveJournal blogger stats, seniors currently represent a very small percentage of the total blogosphere. Here's a copy of their recent study (http://www.livejournal.com/stats.bml).

I've also included a related link on my blog, http://wrightofway.blogspot.com/

Posted by: Broadband_fan | Dec 1, 2005 5:58:30 PM


This is a very interesting fact. I'm curious to know who is currently the largest segment blogging.


Posted by: Thai | Jun 5, 2006 4:15:44 PM

Great post, here is a new local Boston area marketing seminar for 2009 that we are holding:


Posted by: Nick Stamoulis | Nov 13, 2008 1:50:51 PM

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