Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Wikio rankings for October

The nice man at Wikio has granted Cranmer another monthly 'exclusive' on the UK's Top Political Blogs. This is mixed news, for it slightly increases His Grace's 'hits' while distorting his level of blogospherical significance with the consequent risk of perpetuating a delusion of self-importance, notwithstanding that he has fallen three places. And the MessageSpace distortion has already been covered.

1Iain Dale's Diary (=)
2Guy Fawkes' blog (=)
3Liberal Conspiracy (=)
4Labourlist (+1)
5Liberal Democrat Voice (-1)
6And another thing... (=)
7Tory Bear (+1)
8Harry's Place (-1)
9Old Holborn (+3)
10Dizzy Thinks (-1)
11Politicalbetting.com (-1)
12Mark Reckons (+1)
13Charlotte Gore Blog (-2)
14Nick Robinson's Newslog (+7)
15The Devil's Kitchen (-1)
16Mr Eugenides (=)
17UKPolling Report (+5)
18Archbishop Cranmer (-3)
19Alex Massie (+26)
20Dave's Part (+19)
21Next Left (+12)
22EU Referendum (-4)
23Stumbling and Mumbling (=)
24The enemies of reason (+33)
25Pickled Politics (=)
27Liberal England (-1)
28Liberal Vision (-9)
29A blog from the back room (-5)
30The Wardman Wire (-3)

Ranking by Wikio


Anonymous churchmouse said...

No accounting for tastes, Your Grace. They seem to have a slightly Lab-Lib bias, and a preference for obscenity.

3 November 2009 at 12:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've never heard of half of these blogs........

3 November 2009 at 13:25  
Blogger Frugal Dougal said...

As one who never gets mentioned on these things, may I congratulate Your Grace.

3 November 2009 at 13:42  
Anonymous Hank Petram said...

Congratulations once again, Your Grace. I am mystified, though, by your remark about a "consequent risk of perpetuating a delusion of self-importance". If your score in hits or unique visitors or whatever has gone up, there is nothing delusional about Your Grace's importance. If, on the other hand, your score has gone down, Your Grace is surely unlikely to be tempted by the sin of pride.

3 November 2009 at 21:16  

Post a Comment

<< Home

Newer›  ‹Older