Wikio Top 30 UK tech blogs for August 2009

My friends at Wikio have again given me an advance look at a subset of their latest ranking of the top 100 tech blogs in the UK which they will be publishing soon.

So here’s the advance list – the top 30 technology blogs in the UK for August 2009:

  1. Blah! Blah! Technology
  2. The Guardian Technology blog
  3. TechCrunch UK
  4. Coolest Gadgets
  5. The Red Ferret Journal
  6. Geeky Gadgets
  8. Gadget Venue dot com
  9. TechDigest
  10. BBC Internet blog
  11. Econsultancy blog
  12. All About Symbian
  13. Speckyboy – WordPress and Design
  14. Neville Hobson
  15. BlogStorm
  16. the::unwired
  17. jkkmobile
  18. GadgetLite Blog
  19. broadstuff
  20. Phones Review
  21. Telegraph Blogs – Shane Richmond – Technology
  22. – UK Gadget News
  23. Light Blue Touchpaper
  24. OUseful.Info, the blog…
  25. Dial-a-Phone
  26. GadgetGrid
  27. Mousetrap Technology – Times Online
  28. Blog.Spoon Graphics
  29. Infovore
  30. eWEEKeurope

Ranking by Wikio.

I’ve been reporting these advance views from Wikio since last December although I didn’t do the list for July 2009 (that was done by GadgetVenue: number 8 in the August ranking).

Some observations from comparing the latest data with last month’s top 30:

  • Last month’s #2, imran.ali, has dropped out of the top 30 entirely.
  • Other than The Red Ferret Journal’s jump three place to this month’s #5 slot, there is little other significant change in the top 10, more shuffling the deck of cards a bit.
  • Two new entries this month – Infovore at #29 and eWeek Europe at #30.
  • Yours truly has nudged up one place from last month, to #14 this month.

See the top 30 as part of Wikio’s Top 100 technology blogs. The full list should be updated in the next day or so.

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. Imran Ali

    Hmm, so I never understood why I was riding so high for all those months…and now I’m equally puzzled that I’ve disappeared almost entirely!

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