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Blog rank monitoring – one month later…

These are the results for the blogs from the origin list that I started monitoring since 2/12/2008. I only report here on blogs moving up in rank. Take in consideration that during that time Technorati checks for the freshness of the incoming links (blog reaction) and modify the rank (mostly down). I think that the ones that went up in rank during this time are doing excellent. Good work brother bloggers!

One highlight is PR Meets Marketing. This blog managed during this time to cross up tiers from tier3 to tier2 (the rank is less than 100,000).

The bolded blogs are doing amazingly.

Name Old Rank Current Rank Last Update Delta Rank 
Design*Sponge 298 179 3/13/2008 39.9%
A design and usability blog: Signal vs. Noise (by 37signals) 489 348 3/13/2008 28.8%
Paid Content 445 429 3/13/2008 3.6%
The Jason Calacanis Weblog 810 552 3/12/2008 31.9%
Logic+Emotion 1889 1792 3/13/2008 5.1%
Web Analytics Blog – Occam’s Razor by Avinash Kaushik 2412 2190 3/11/2008 9.2%
Mahalo Daily 7652 4317 2/29/2008 43.6%
Personal Branding Blog – Dan Schawbel 15871 15717 3/12/2008 1.0%
Veronica Belmont 16708 15796 3/5/2008 5.5%
Community Guy – Jake McKee 20500 18227 3/13/2008 11.1%
Social Media Explorer 27786 20394 3/13/2008 26.6%
Wikinomics 25970 21958 3/13/2008 15.4%
CubeMe 32707 29505 3/12/2008 9.8%
The Business and Politics of New Media (And the Podcast) 35986 31906 3/11/2008 11.3%
Technobabble 2.0 47149 39904 3/12/2008 15.4%
MegFowler 55948 43404 3/9/2008 22.4%
Dossy’s Blog 68166 45180 3/12/2008 33.7%
Online Video Watch 65568 51019 3/13/2008 22.2%
Micah Baldwin on Succeeding Through Failing 92012 69101 3/11/2008 24.9%
Freemania 84045 74992 3/13/2008 10.8%
** PR Meets Marketing ** 121630 98047 3/12/2008 19.4%
The Cheap Revolution 106742 103170 2/27/2008 3.3%
Social Honeycomb 154301 126758 3/13/2008 17.9%
THINK IT Services 166367 150747 3/3/2008 9.4%
Negotiation, Negotiation, Negotiation 377609 273240 3/6/2008 27.6%
Doug Haslam 1072771 360865 3/8/2008 66.4%
Mediaphyter 962510 395824 3/12/2008 58.9%
Purplecar 550426 437475 3/10/2008 20.5%
Adventures in social software media sustainability and life 2910025 1391575 3/6/2008 52.2%

I’m still not where I want this project to be but it is fun to see the numbers over time (at least for me).

Anyway I hope to grow the list in the following month and to get more step automated.

Feel free to use this data to show how good you are. I noticed a reference to my results in Mahalo Daily Press Coverage, it was not the origin title but a summary of the results – cool!

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  1. March 14, 2008 at 6:43 am

    Interesting…a couple thoughts, what you’re doing is somewhat introducing a more complex type of measurement – adding an activity or buzz rating on top of the traditional Technorati metric. Any thought of measuring Alexa rank vs. Technorati rank vs. Technorati authority?

    I think it would be really interesting to see the changes between these – in theory a higher rated, higher ranked technorati blog (like Technobabble, Alexa rank 626,018 / Technorati Rank 39904 Authority 154) should be more valuable and able to generate higher CPMs than a blog like mine, OnlineVideoWatch (Alexa rank 289,586 / Technorati Rank 51019 Authority 125), at least once ad targeting gets good enough.

    My audience may be larger but your rankings tend to indicate that my readership is less valuable per capita…Right?

  2. Keren Dagan
    March 14, 2008 at 1:59 pm

    Hi Ben,
    You have some good points in your comment.
    Rank and authority are only implicitly connected with traffic. I guess that some blogs get very few blogs reaction but could be a big magnet for traffic. Now when we have Twitter it is even easier to route traffic under Technorati radar.
    I did mention the option to track that and more in this post:
    Bloggers clustering
    In this post I did not meant to show the worth of one blog over another based on Technorati rank. My intention was to show the trajectory relative to one’s own blog.
    Rank monitoring is a tip of the iceberg but in my world it is considered a “lead”.
    I hope to make it more interesting in the future.
    I really like that you help me thinking about it, thank you.
    Keren

  3. March 14, 2008 at 4:50 pm

    Finally! My switch to WordPress seems to be catching back up to pre-Wordpress traffic levels!

    Woot!

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