Sunday, 7 March 2010

Top Of The Berkshire Blogs - February 2010

It's back! It's bigger and better than ever! Check out the risers and the fallers with Reading List's exclusive chart of the top blogs in the area!

Of course no ranking system will ever be definitive so don't forget to tell us about your blog in the comments section if you think we may have missed it - then it too can be added to the Wikio directory - the more the merrier!

Here's a rundown of the Top10 for February 2010:

#1 (><) - Mark Reckons
#2 (><) - John Redwood's Diary
#3 (><) - Boulton & Co
#4 (><) - left outside
#5 (+2) - Liberal Burblings
#6 (-1) - Bracknell Blog
#7 (-1) - Another Green World
#8 (+1) - The Salted Slug
#9 (-1) - Reading List
#10 (><) - The Cartoon Church

Check out the full chart for the month.


February was another strong month as local bloggers continued to advance. Berkshire's top10 all comfortably sit inside the national 300, compared to the 350 last month, while the national top1000 now includes 26 local blogs (up from 24). A total of 166 blogs are listed.

It was also a bumper month for the number of significant climbers.

Richard McKenzie gets the award for the biggest rise, gaining 20,925 spots to move from 155th to 23rd. But pushing him all the way were The Virtual Victorian (147th to 35th), Green Gabbles (159th to 41st), Greenconstructionuk (154th to 45th), Reading Geek Night (151st to 59th), Urban Complexity (138th to 66th) and Open to Persuasion (131st to 79th), which all rocketed up more than 15,000 rungs on the ladder.

Steady progress was also made by Graham Jones' Internet Psychology (up from 112th to 63rd), as well as Cllr Alvin Finch's Stuff (39th), RobWhite's Bloggy Blanc (29th) and Berkshire Blog Review (28th).

Kudos to all the local writers out there for making this one of the most vibrant local blogospheres in the country - keep it up and watch out for next month's list!


Click here for the full archive of earlier charts.

Click here for run-downs and analysis of previous months charts.

And if you still want to know more, why not check out the Reading List Editor's guide: Why It Matters... Blog Rankings

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