Who are the top tech bloggers?

Filed as News on April 20, 2008 3:16 pm

Over at TechCrunch, Henry Work and Mark McGranaghan have come up with some detailed analysis based on data from TechMeme. They’ve posted a teaser over at TechCrunch.

While we’re looking forward to looking at the full dataset once it’s posted – here’s a quick look at the top 10:

1 Michael Arrington – TechCrunch
2 Erick Schonfeld – TechCrunch
3 Larry Dignan – Between the Lines
4 Duncan Riley – TechCrunch
5 Henry Blodget – Silicon Alley Insider
6 Marshall Kirkpatrick – ReadWriteWeb
7 Thomas Ricker – Engadget
8 Mathew Ingram- mathewingram.com/work
9 Eric Savitz – Tech Trader Daily
10 Allen Stern – CenterNetworks

More to come as their data is posted…

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  1. By Andy Merrett posted on April 21, 2008 at 2:13 am
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    Three TechCrunchers in the top four on a TC-inspired survey? No, surely not! ;)

    Seriously, though, I’d be interested to know the methodology. I think basing this on Techmeme is very short-sighted. What about the tech blogs that cater to the general public, most of whom don’t even know about Techmeme?

    Yes, it’s great to get your article and name up on Techmeme, of course, but it shouldn’t be the only goal, or measure.


  2. By Matt Craven posted on April 21, 2008 at 7:11 am
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    I’m working on a system that puts all Blog Herald authors up top :)

    Honestly though, it’s not a bad approach to take – but it doesn’t take into account credibility or accuracy or other metrics that are much harder to measure.



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