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The “Top 25 Blogs About Blogging” list ranks blogs according to their Google Pagerank, Alexa rank, number of Bloglines subscribers and Technorati authority.

Each of the four factors range from 0 to 10, where 10 is the best score. The maximum total score for each blog, therefore, is 40. There will be monthly updates. Below the table you will find the details about the algorithm (check also the Top 25 SEO Blogs).

googlevert bloglinesvert technorativert total
#1 Problogger 6 10 10 10 36
#2 Copyblogger 6 9 10 10 35
#3 John Chow 6 10 6 10 32
#4 Quick Online Tips 6 8 10 6 30
#5 Daily Blog Tips 5 8 7 9 29
#6 Lorelle on WordPress 6 8 6 9 29
#7 Dosh Dosh 4 9 5 9 27
#8 Performancing 7 8 1 10 26
#9 Weblog Tools Collection 6 9 5 6 26
#10 Blog Herald 6 7 4 9 26
#11 Blogging Pro 6 7 4 8 25
#12 Successful-Blog 6 6 4 8 24
#13 JohnTP 6 8 3 7 24
#14 Engtech 6 6 2 7 21
#15 Bloggers Blog 6 3 6 5 20
#16 Andy Beard 5 7 2 6 20
#17 ChrisG 5 6 4 4 19
#18 Converstations 5 3 5 6 19
#19 The Wrong Advices 5 4 1 5 15
#20 Business Blog Wire 6 2 2 4 14
#21 Alister Cameron 5 4 1 4 14
#22 Blog About Your Blog 4 5 1 4 14
#23 Blogtrepreneur 5 3 1 4 13
#24 I Help You Blog 4 3 2 2 12
#25 Blogging Book 6 1 3 1 11

 

Blogs considered: the list considers only blogs that have a high percentage of blogging-related content. Topics might range from blogging tips to monetization, from news to building communities or business blogs.

Google Pagerank (0 to 10): the actual Pagerank was used on the algorithm.

Alexa Rank (0 to 10): Ranges were determined based on the Alexa Rank (i.e., 150k and up, 150k-100k, 100k-75k, 75k-50k) and each range was assigned a number (1 to 10).

Bloglines Subscribers (0 to 10): Subscriber ranges were determined (i.e., 1-50, 50-100, 100-150, 150-200) and each range was assigned a number (1 to 10).

Technorati Authority (0 to 10): Ranges were determined based on Technorati’s Authority rank(i.e., 1-100, 100-200, 200-400,400-600) and each range was assigned a number (1 to 10).

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About the author 

Daniel

Daniel Scocco is a programmer and entrepreneur located in São Paulo, Brazil. His first company, Online Profits, builds and manages websites in different niches. His second company, Kubic, specializes in developing mobile apps for the iOS and Android platforms.

  1. This list is a must read for everyone but the problem is if you keep reading them everyday you end up with no time to blog on your own sites. Best to mix it up alittle bit every week.

  2. Thanks for this overview, it’s actually really good because of their high Google page rank, I can comment on them and get good quality external links.

  3. This is just a nice collection for novice bloggers like me to get extra bunch of knowledge about blogging. Thanks!

  4. This is cool, great for newbies to understand & study about how to blog from A-Z from these high rank blogs.
    but, I wonder there are rarely any detail tips how the top bloggers manage to get popular & high rank, if someone could kindly lead to it, very much appreciated:)

  5. Bloglines make this number public on their API.

    I will take a look on your site and update the rankings if needed.

    thanks

  6. I tried to figure out the score for my blog, I think it might rank here quite well.

    How do you get the bloglines subscribers though?

  7. Daniel,

    Thanks much for the list. Many of blogs you listed in here i never came across before. I saw some of the blogs owned by indian bloggers.

  8. I found that I had already subscribed to some of these, Problogger, Copyblogger, Lorelle, Andy Beard and some more. But what I found most interesting was the amount of quality content I was missing!

    I must of added a dozen Feed Subscriptions via Google Reader. Hmm, is there any way to track straight feedburner or other rss stats, besides bloglines?

    C

  9. I am willing to lobby Google with you Alister :). Until they listen to us, however, any ranking that takes into consideration RSS subscribers will need to be based on Bloglines. Like it or not.

  10. The data is there, people just have to switch their API on.

    My feed stats have been accessible for a long time, but I doubt anyone is using them

  11. Bloglines subscribers… that assumes bloglines has the lion’s share of the market or is even representative of it.

    Yeah right!

    Can we drop the bloglines thing and lobby Google (you know, the new owners of Feedburner) to publish some sort of Technorati-style index of feed readerhip data?

    Bloglines. What a joke.

    -Alister

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