The coolest guy on the planet must be Seth Godin because his blog remains at the top of The Viral Gardens top 25 Marketing blogs.
And what a difference a year makes in the blogosphere.
Blogs have entered and dropped out of the ratings, as you can see from the table below.
New entries in our March dip into the Viral Gardens latest top 25 are shown in red.
You can also see 11 blogs that are in the top 25 but which weren't there in either, or both, of April or October 2006 (shown as ??).
| Posn |
|Creating Passionate Users||15,868||2||18,540||3||5|
|Duct Tape Marketing||18,572||4||18,072||2||4|
|New School Of Network Marketing||67,735||8||94,440||11||??|
|Drew's Marketing Minute||68,591||9||Not in||??||??|
|The Viral Garden||71,051||10||78,971||10||??|
|Influential Interactive Marketing||73,087||11||Not in||??||??|
|Logic + Emotion||97,286||13||107,072||15||??|
|Church of the Customer||114,885||14||68,690||9||9|
|Marketing Headhunter||139,215||16||Not in||??||??|
|Hee-Haw Marketing||194,217||22||Not in||??||??|
|Pro Hip-Hip - Hip-Hop Marketing||202,258||23||206,218||21||??|
|CK's Blog||220,114||25||Not in||??||??|
Marketing For Power
Looks like I'm beginning to catch up in Alexa rankings. Will it make any difference to the erudite comments I get if I get into the top 25?
Blogs that have dropped out since I looked in October 2006 are:
|Brains on Fire||22|
|Beyond Madison Avenue||25|
Here's an interesting thought...
Why have certain blogs dropped out of the top 25 marketing blogs list?
Are they not posted to enough, too much or the content is worse, too verbose or boring?
By the way, please accept my apologies as I did promise to give you the 5 things you really need to grow your business. I didn't manage to give you them yesterday or today. Don't worry I'll list them soon.