Here's the standings for Week 91:
1 - Seth's Blog - 9,150 (+133)(LW - 1)
2 - Duct Tape Marketing - 1,830 (-1)(LW - 2)
3 - Search Engine Guide - 1,718 (+39)(LW - 3)
4 - Logic + Emotion - 1,121 (-46)(LW - 4)
5 - Daily Fix - 1,041 (-4)(LW - 5)
6 - Brand Autopsy - 741 (+1)(LW - 6)
7 - Influential Marketing - 682 (-21)(LW - 7)
8 - The Engaging Brand - 630 (-46)(LW - 8)
9 - Church of the Customer - 661 (No Change)(LW - 9)
10 - Drew's Marketing Minute - 632 (-12)(LW - 11)
11 - What's Next - 616 (-29)(LW - 10)
12 - Jaffe Juice - 612 (+14)(LW - 13)
13 - Diva Marketing - 598 (-19)(LW - 12)
14 - Conversation Agent - 562 (-7)(LW - 14)
15 - The Viral Garden - 541 (-8)(LW - 15)
16 - Six Pixels of Separation - 510 (+10)(LW - 16)
17 - Converstations - 443 (-7)(LW - 19)
18 - Branding and Marketing - 421 (-33)(LW - 18)
19 - Chaos Scenario - 377 (No Change)(LW - 21)
20 - CK's Blog - 375 (-87)(LW - 17)
21 - Servant of Chaos - 372 (-4)(LW - 22)
22 - Greg Verdino's Marketing Blog - 344 (-5)(LW - 23)
23 - Customers Rock! - 337 (-48)(LW - 20)
24 - Experience Curve - 319 (-15)(LW - 24)
25 - The Lonely Marketer - 312 (-17)(LW - 25)
A reminder that the Top 25 Marketing Blogs are ranked according to the number of sites/blogs linking to each, according to Technorati. The number you see after the blog name is how many sites/blogs Technorati claims have linked to the blog in the last 6 months. After that number is a positive or negative number, and this represents how many links the blog gained or lost from last week's Top 25. The final stat tells you what position the blog held in the Top 25 Last Week (LW). If you see this; (LW - UR), it means the blog wasn't ranked last week.
Another down week for the Top 25. We had a decent start with Seth and Search Engine Guide posting big gains, but it kinda got away from us after that. The blogger/podcaster segment was well-represented as both Joe Jaffe and Mitch Joel saw their blogs with decent gains.
No new blogs in this week's Top 25.
Next update is next Wednesday.
The Viral Garden, Marketing, Top 25 Marketing Blogs
I enjoyed your critique of the Corner Violin Shop. It's really cool when small businesses use blogs to communicate with their customers. This blog seems to have a lot of highly relevant content that their customers would find useful such as upcoming local events and info on new products. What do you think is the best way to develop a professional looking header for a business blog?
I really appreciate a list like this of the top 25 marketing blogs by readership. As a new marketing blogger, I'll be able to gain invaluable insight into the marketing blogosphere.
Charles - I think it's just a matter of finding a pic that relates to your business. Corner Violin Shop's header is perfect, because it not only shows a gorgeous violin, but also includes the store's name and contact information in the header. If you're trying to think of something to put on your header and are absolutely stuck, why not post a photo montage of the people that work for you? That's never a bad idea.
Michael - Thank you. This list is really for readers such as yourself that want to get an idea of who they should be reading. If the list was aimed at bloggers, it would look much different than it does now. I'm not trying to use the list as a tool for linkbait, but instead as a reference tool for readers. Glad you are enjoying it!
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