EXCLUSIVE: Wikio's Top 20 Blogs revealed
The ladies and gentlemen of Wikio have been kind enough to offer us here at TD a sneaky peak at their new Top 20 Blogs chart ahead of the official release tomorrow, and not a bad thing too seeing as we get to feel all chuffed that we’ve moved up a place into 4th most influential blog in the UK.
However, our smugness ends there as despite the fact that last month’s table toppers, Tech Crunch UK, have slumped down into 7th, the BBC’s tech blog, dot.life, has shot up ahead of us into 3rd. I am currently shaking my first in their general West London direction.
Tech aside, top of the pops this time around is Crooked Timber, whose team of bloggers cover just about anything you could care to mention, and No.2 in the charts is Iain Dale’s political blog which I’m sure is very good but as far as I’m concerned, yawn yawn.
Other than that the biggest movers and shakers are the Guardian’s tech blog, which ain’t three bad at all and has moved up six places to 10th, and the Londonist which has climbed the same amount, just poking it’s head into view at 20.
Check out the full listings tomorrow evening.
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