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Top 100 Bloggers List

top 100 bloggersIf you look in the sidebar of this blog, you will see a button for the Top 100 Bloggers. Developed by friends, Top 100 Bloggers was one of the first to help track popular blogs on the web.

Using a combination of votes and traffic, bloggers can rise to the top. The number changes in the icon based upon your placement in the ranks.

Screen of Top 100 Blogs

Top 100 Blogs Blog Information ScreenTop 100 Bloggers is not only driven by votes from users, it also features the ability to leave comments about the site, helping others to learn more about the benefits of the site and what they might learn from it. It’s like the of blogs before Digg was around. You can read the comments, and see the traffic statistics, votes, and general information about the site. It’s a great way to learn more about a blog.

You can check out information on this blog, as well as my main blog, Taking Your Camera on the Road. If you leave a comment or vote, it would also be appreciated.

The listing of the Top 100 Bloggers is a neat way to find out what other bloggers are doing as well as a way to find out what bloggers are blogging about.

As slick as this list is, I’d also love to see some improvements such as easy access to feeds, and maybe even the lastest post in the site description area. I’d also like to see emphasis put on comments, showing the number of comments listed next to the comments link.

As it stands, it’s an interesting resource for blogs and I hope that it will grow and earn the respect it deserves as a generally more “honest” list of top bloggers than many of the A-List more arbitrary lists.

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  1. Posted October 28, 2005 at 1:32 pm | Permalink

    Is it just me or did they stop taking new registrations?

  2. Posted October 28, 2005 at 2:44 pm | Permalink

    I’ll check and find out.

  3. Posted October 28, 2005 at 2:48 pm | Permalink

    Argghhh. There is nothing like timing.

    Yes, registrations appear to be closed right now. That doesn’t mean that you can’t check out and comment on blogs that are listed.

    I do know that they had some problems recently with splogs abusing the system, so they might be working to come up with a better registration system to stop the abusers.

  4. Posted October 28, 2005 at 4:54 pm | Permalink

    Just got this in:


    We want to thank you all for your support and continued use of our services to the community. We have new members signing up everyday, which is very encouraging. We are always here to support the community in the best way possible.

    Last month, we ran into some hosting problems and realized we needed to move the website to its own dedicated server. We have spent the past couple of weeks preparing the server for the move and we feel it is finally ready for the move. In the process of moving the site to a new server, we will be upgrading the core application to a higher level of performance.

    We are testing the upgrades before moving the site, so the change may happen in the next 4-8 hours today. The transition shouldn\’t take longer than a couple hours, as the world changes the DNS for our site. We will notify everyone when the transition has finished and the upgrade is complete.

    Thank you again for your support and we look forward to better serving the community.

    Jonathan Dingman


    The move is probably underway. Like I said, there is nothing like timing. 😉

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