The most caffeinated bloggers on the web aren’t always the ones writing about coffee, but the new wave of bloggers has a lot in common with the new breed of coffee geeks.
As the world becomes more caffeine-addicted, many are taking on the mantle of caffeinated writers in order to keep their taste buds in check.
The new wave, which is often characterized as “caffeination bloggers,” is the result of a shift in taste preferences that began in earnest with the popularity of caffeination beverages such as the popular caffeinated tea blends.
Now, the caffeinated trend is a trend that is taking hold not only in coffee and tea blogs, but also on the social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
“There’s a shift that’s taking place in the world where you’re getting more and more people who are drinking caffeinated beverages and are finding a lot of pleasure in it,” says Caitlin Brown, the author of The Caffeinated Blogger.
“Coffee is a very personal thing.
It’s something that we are naturally wired to do.
It has an emotional impact on us.
We’re not used to having this in our diets or our lifestyles.”
Coffeemaker is a coffee-centric blogging platform that was created to help people connect with and share their personal and professional information through a unique set of social media tools.
Founded in 2015, the company was founded by two former employees of the popular blogspot, and the company is now growing rapidly.
Its goal is to help make it easier for consumers to find, connect with, and share content through its popular social media channels.
For example, the platform provides a curated list of trending topics from which readers can choose from and share links and articles to other readers.
Caffeination blogs can also be found on Twitter, where the content is curated by the site’s staff.
As of March 1, Caffeinator had a total of over 300,000 followers on Facebook and more than 200,000 on Twitter.
But Brown says Caffeinators audience has exploded over the past year.
“When we launched in the spring of 2017, there were around a dozen people on Twitter who were coffee-enthusiasts,” she says.
“The next spring, there was over 4,000.
It really exploded that year.
Now there are over 15,000 coffee-related followers on Twitter.”
The growth of caffeinating blogs is also driven by two things: a growing number of people searching for coffee and a new generation of caffeine-savvy consumers who want to take the edge off.
CafféMakers founder and CEO Michael Bekker says the rise in the popularity and consumption of caffeinoids is one of the biggest reasons for the rapid growth in CaffeineMakers.
“The more people get into the world of caffeinate drinks, the more they want to make sure they are not drinking too much coffee,” he says.
Bekker believes the growth of caffeine consumption is being driven by social media.
“I think it’s partly a product of the social-media environment,” he explains.
“There’s been a trend of people looking for the social platform to connect with their friends and connect with the world.”
One of the most popular hashtags in Caffemakers’ growing community is #Caffeinator, which has more than 2 million followers.
The hashtag was originally created in January to encourage people to find new coffee-friendly blogs.
Brown says it’s important to distinguish between caffeinated and non-caffeine content.
“Coffemakers doesn’t have an exclusive focus on coffee,” she explains.
“We have all sorts of content, but we have to make the distinction that the posts that we have are definitely caffeinated.”
Brown says she believes many people are simply looking for something different to consume.
“People are looking for a different experience,” she adds.
“It’s like they’re looking for an alternative to coffee.”
What makes this trend even more interesting is that the new generation is also more social and more active.
Brown believes it’s a natural evolution.
“It’s kind of like being on the internet and having to have a social life,” she states.
“This has nothing to do with caffeine.
It just kind of has a natural progression and evolution of what we do.”
For many of the new coffee fans, the excitement of a new caffeinated blog has come with the added bonus of having their own branded content on Caffemaker.
For instance, the first post on the platform, titled “A Caffeinating Blogger’s Guide to the World of Coffee,” features a list of caffeine facts about the world and coffee.
A second post, “A Coffee-Eating Caffeiner’s Guide,” has coffee recipes and recipes to help readers discover new coffee recipes.
Baker also believes that the excitement around the caffeination trend is just the start of a trend.
“As time goes on, it’s just going to become