Wikio’s top 20 influential UK tech blogs

Tomorrow, information portal and news search engine Wikio will publish the December 2008 ranking for the top 100 most influential technology blogs in the UK blogosphere.

Wikio have given me an exclusive peek at the top 20 ranking from the new monthly list prior to tomorrow’s public update. Here it is:

  1. Blah! Blah! Technology
  2. xlab
  3. TechCrunch UK
  4. Coolest Gadgets
  5. imran.ali
  7. The Guardian Technology blog
  8. The Red Ferret Journal
  9. Dial-a-Phone
  10. TechDigest
  11. BlogStorm
  12. Phones Review
  13. Pluggedout
  14. the::unwired
  15. jkkmobile
  17. broadstuff
  18. UK Offer Media Affiliate Blog
  19. Gadget Venue dot com
  20. E-consultancy – Internet Marketing News and Blogs

The top three places for December are unchanged from last month. Notable this month is the rapid upward movement by, jumping 33 places to number 16, compared to number 49 in November. And TechCrunch UK continues its top-table position after being out for a while in some previous rankings.

There’s some great tech content to be had among all of these blogs, whether mainstream media properties or independents.

Wikio explains how they arrive at the rankings, if you’re interested in knowing that.

This blog is in the top tech 100, btw. In November, I was at number 33. I have no idea where I am in December. No doubt the ranking widget in this blog’s sidebar will show where tomorrow.

Neville Hobson

Social Strategist, Communicator, Writer, and Podcaster with a curiosity for tech and how people use it. Believer in an Internet for everyone. Early adopter (and leaver) and experimenter with social media. Occasional test pilot of shiny new objects. Avid tea drinker.

  1. neville

    But remember that today you're looking at the November ranking on the Wikio site – December isn't published until tomorrow. Who knows where you'll be then!

  2. Wayne Smallman

    I've found that traffic from Wikio to be reasonable, but highly qualified, in that those who do visit are often of the mind (and certainly kind enough) to subscribe.

    Thanks, and speak soon…

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