Interesting to see the latest September 2007 report from comScore.
WSJ.com talks about Google’s Orkut success internationally, but also the challenges in monetizing Orkut:
In the third quarter of this year, 48% of Google’s revenue came from outside the U.S., up from 43% in 2006 and 39% in 2005. Thanks partly to the fact that Brazilians are some of the most active Internet users in the world, Orkut now has about as much global overall traffic, or “page views,” as Google’s top-ranked search engine, according to data from comScore Inc.
And SeekingAlpha points out the changing landscape in the blogging world.