How much less bloggers make than lawyers — reading around April 22

Following up on WSJ: America‚Äôs Newest Profession: Bloggers for Hire, ReadWriteWeb writes:Bad Stats: Are There Really Almost As Many Professional Bloggers As Lawyers? — Mark Penn wrote the article for WSJ and ReadWriteWeb takes issue with the high income estimates of pro bloggers.

Actually, once you read the Technorati post, you can see that Penn ignores the fact that this number is based on the average income of bloggers who had 100,000 or more unique visitors, and that the median annual income for pro bloggers was only about $22,000 (in comparison, the median income for U.S. households is about $50,000).

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