Wikio top 30 UK tech blogs for Jan 2009

wikio-logo Last month, my friends at information portal and news search engine Wikio gave me a pre-publication look at December’s top 20 list of the most influential tech blogs in the UK.

They’ve done the same for the January 2009 list, this time giving me an exclusive look at the top 30 UK tech blogs from the Top 100 which will be published on Monday (Jan 5) when Wikio updates all their listings.

So here’s Wikio’s January 2009 list of the Top 30 Tech Blogs in the UK:

  1. Blah! Blah! Technology
  2. xlab
  3. TechCrunch UK
  4. Coolest Gadgets
  6. The Red Ferret Journal
  7. imran.ali
  8. The Guardian Technology blog
  9. TechDigest
  10. Dial-a-Phone
  11. B3ta Weblog
  12. BlogStorm
  13. Phones Review
  14. the::unwired
  15. jkkmobile
  17. Gadget Venue dot com
  18. Speckyboy – WordPress and Design
  19. broadstuff
  20. UK Offer Media Affiliate Blog
  21. NevilleHobson
  22. GadgetGrid
  24. E-consultancy – Internet Marketing News and Blogs
  25. Simon Willison’s Weblog
  26. David Naylor a UK SEO
  27. Blog.Spoon Graphics
  28. OUseful.Info, the blog…
  29. Wonderland
  30. Mark Shuttleworth

A couple of things I note from this January list compared to December’s list:

  • No change in the top four with really minor shuffling of positions among the rest that make up the top 10
  • has jumped up 13 places, to #21 :)

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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. Andy C

    Neville – Congratulations on making the Top 21. Well deserved.

    I am often frustrated that I can't find more quality UK (non corporate) blogs so thanks for posting the full list.


  2. Dan Thornton

    Congrats – I'll be happy as long as I'm still in the Top 100 somewhere!

    @Andy C Most of the best blogging discoveries I've ever made have been through following recommendations, either via blogrolls or poking around on Twitter. Sometimes it's worth just hitting 5 or 6 random blogroll links and seeing where you end up!

  3. Bernie Goldbach

    Although your standing in the UK tech community is well-deserved, I'll be more impressed to watch you grow your Google Friend Connect community above 100. Your growth rate there is quite remarkable.

  4. neville

    Thanks everyone.

    That's a good point re Google Friend Connect, Bernie. I'm still not wholly sure what the real value is of this service but the growth in community is impressive.

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