There are some interesting changes in the ranking of the top 30 technology blogs in the UK compared to last month, according to the latest data from Wikio, the Luxembourg-based search engine and news portal.
An advance look at this subset of the complete list of 100 UK tech blogs which will be published in the next day or so shows quite a bit of movement: a dozen falls, 11 rises â€“ including an 18-point jump in one case â€“ and a new entrant. The top position this month is claimed by The Guardian Technology blog, displacing TechCrunch Europe.
Hereâ€™s the top 30 list:
- The Guardian Technology blog (+1)
- TechCrunch Europe (-1)
- Coolest Gadgets (+1)
- Geeky Gadgets (+2)
- Econsultancy blog (-2)
- The Red Ferret Journal (+1)
- BBC Internet blog (-2)
- Dot.life (=)
- Gadget Venue dot com (+1)
- Electricpig.co.uk – The UK’s fastest-growing tech news site (Ent.)
- Blah! Blah! Technology (-2)
- TechDigest (-1)
- All About Symbian (-1)
- Telegraph Blogs – Technology (-1)
- Gaj- It.com – UK Gadget News (=)
- Neville Hobson (-2)
- Speckyboy – WordPress and Design (+1)
- Mousetrap Technology – Times Online (+18)
- Jkkmobile (-2)
- Broadstuff (+2)
- Phones Review (+4)
- Blog.Spoon Graphics (+1)
- GadgetLite Blog (-7)
- The::unwired (-5)
- EWEEKeurope (-4)
- OUseful.Info, the blog… (+1)
- Simon Willison’s Weblog (-7)
- David Naylor a UK SEO (-4)
- GadgetGrid (-3)
- Dial-a-Phone (-1)
Iâ€™ve been publishing this advance-look top 30 list almost every month for more than a year now, and have developed a pretty good relationship with my friends at Wikio. Iâ€™ve also developed a greater interest in this UK list. And so Iâ€™ve got more involved with it.
In fact, Iâ€™m now helping to curate the technology ranking for Wikio. What that means in practical terms is keeping an eye and ear out for technology blogs in the UK that ought at least be considered for inclusion in Wikioâ€™s list of the top 100 such blogs in this country if theyâ€™re not there already.
While I canâ€™t influence any ranking or guarantee inclusion â€“ thatâ€™s down to algorithms and some secret Wikio sauce â€“ at least letâ€™s give everyone a good chance.
While youâ€™re over at Wikioâ€™s site checking out the top 100 tech blogs list, take a look at Wikio Labs in the UK while youâ€™re there.
Wikio says this new resource launched last month offers a number of excellent tools providing graphical representations of the words, people and products buzzing around in the blogosphere, as well as a wealth of info on the blogs that they index.
Terrific resources for helping you understand the blogosphere better.