Monday, December 01, 2008

100 most influential blogspot blogs

And in at number 46 - there's us folks. It's a list compiled by Richard at UKNetMonitor.
Here's how: "We monitor user-generated-content on behalf of a number of clients (mainly better known brand names), clipping postings that we judge to be significant in terms of reputation, brand development, stakeholder engagement or customer service; much like a press cutting service.

"The “league table” we posted on our blog, is simply a list of those bloggers (using the blogspot platform), we have clipped from the most."
A blog is a sum of its connections. We are the connections. Good work us.


Those 100 in full:

8 comments:

  1. Ironic how bragging about a blog's ranking actually dilutes its utility. I'm considering unsubscribing because it seems there's not a single week that goes by without one of those useless ranking posts.

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  2. Fair point. But today's post is also a fuzzy edged connection to 99 other networks. Some may find value in that. Guess not in your case?

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  3. Have you posted on Tesco?

    That's why you are on the list, just take a look at number one. Its about the supermarkets!

    Sadly not about my site or yours.

    Steve.

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  4. Steve, yes I have posted on Tesco. And I know Richard does work for Asda, so you may be barking up the right tree :-)
    However I noticed a lot of footy blogs in the list, too.
    And I also post about many other brands (notably Apple and any tech brands)
    If anyone else has more light to cast on this, happy to hear it.

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  5. A great list, thanks! I've always wondered whether influential blogs graduate out of blogger when they become... influential. Apparently not though.

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  6. I've no idea why I'm included on the list - alaninbelfast.blogspot.com - and no trust that it's at all accurate. In fact, I ignored the list and didn't post about it as it seemed semi-random!

    Certainly no correspondence to the kind of rating/ranking that Technorati give.

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  7. Thanks ur information

    it very useful

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