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August 11, 2005
Technorati shows blogs clobbering big mainstream sites
Look at the blogs climbing past mainstream Web sites in Technorati's latest list. Looks like Instapundit, Daily Kos and the L.A. Times are in a dead heat. We'll have to see if advertisers view it that way. Dave Sifri explains that some mainstream sites are underrepresented because they have multiple domains. I'm hoping that explains Businessweek.com's absence from the list.
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It's kind of like the State of the Union, with your red blogs and your blue blogs. I thought Heather Greens green blogs post was informative. I'm not real current on the state of the blogosphere myself.
All this listing and scoring just confused me. I have my own little hit list. As far as the popular or A-lists blogs go, best of luck to you. This could be the biggest popularity contest in Internet history. Since Business Week didn't make the list, I'll suggest a new motto here. Nobody likes us, we don't care!
Posted by: Jim Dermitt at August 11, 2005 03:54 PM