Thursday, September 03, 2009

Wikio rankings for August - an Archbishop Cranmer exclusive

The nice man at Wikio has granted Cranmer an exclusive. He is delighted to share with his readers and communicants the August rankings of the UK's Top Political Blogs:

1Iain dale's diary (=)
2Guy fawkes' blog (=)
3Liberal conspiracy (=)
4Labourlist (=)
5Liberal democrat voice (=)
6And another thing... (+4)
7Harry's place (+1)
8Dizzy thinks (-2)
9Politicalbetting.com (-2)
10Tory bear (+1)
11The devil's kitchen (+2)
12Old holborn (-3)
13Mark reckons (+4)
14Charlotte gore blog (+7)
15Mr eugenides (+3)
16Archbishop cranmer (-4)
17Conservativehome's torydiary (-2)
18John redwood's diary (+19)
19Stumbling and mumbling (+3)
20Eu referendum (+8)
21Pickled politics (+13)
22Ukpolling report (+2)
23Letters from a tory (+16)
24Bloggerheads (-10)
25Obnoxio the clown (+1)
26Labourhome (-7)
27Craig murray (-4)
28The wardman wire (+3)
29Liberal england (+4)
30Nick robinson's newslog (-10)

Ranking by Wikio

9 Comments:

Anonymous churchmouse said...

Who knows how they work out these rankings, Your Grace? They're not anything I can go by! I checked out several of the spots, and was so horrified I've never been back.

3 September 2009 at 08:25  
Blogger Rebel Saint said...

Had to double check the address in my browser then ... thought I'd ended up at Iain Dale's by mistake.

3 September 2009 at 09:52  
Blogger Jim Bartlet said...

Total Politics has a YouTube Channel. It is so successful and representative of the success of modern media like the Internet and YouTube, that as of 3 minutes ago, it has a grand total of 6 subscribers. Really reaching out to people! Doesn't infuse great confidence in representative nature of the blog list.

3 September 2009 at 10:26  
Blogger Gnostic said...

No sign of LabourLost on that list. Now there's a big surprise...

3 September 2009 at 10:29  
Blogger Young Mr. Brown said...

. . . I've never been back

Very wise, churchmouse, very wise.

These rankings are based on popular acclaim, and the enthusiasm of the mob is not always a sign that something is of lasting value.

3 September 2009 at 10:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The most amazing thing is that Iain Dale, fronting a gossip column with rather little real content, is apparently equal top.

3 September 2009 at 15:07  
Blogger Mr Eugenides said...

Your Grace can eat my dust... :-)

Balance will no doubt be restored to the Force in September.

3 September 2009 at 18:33  
Anonymous A Very Public Sociologist said...

No sign at all Gnostic. Except at number four.

4 September 2009 at 09:27  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it's hillarious that 10 of the top 11 sites on that list are on the MessageSpace network. Surely something shady there, Your Grace?

12 September 2009 at 10:20  

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