Wikio Top 30 UK tech blogs for March 2010

A new month, and a new look at the top 30 technology blogs in the UK ranked by Wikio, the search engine and news portal. This pre-publication subset list of 30 is part of the full Top 100 UK tech blogs ranking which will be published by Wikio in a few days’ time.

  1. The Guardian Technology blog (=)
  2. TechCrunch Europe (=)
  3. Geeky Gadgets (+1)
  4. Coolest Gadgets (-1)
  5. Econsultancy blog (=)
  6. The Red Ferret Journal (=)
  7. BBC Internet blog (=)
  8. Electricpig.co.uk (+2)
  9. All About Symbian (+4)
  10. Gadget Venue dot com (-1)
  11. Dot.life (-3)
  12. TechDigest (=)
  13. We Are Social (Ent.)
  14. Gaj-It.com – UK Gadget News (+1)
  15. Telegraph Blogs – Technology (-1)
  16. Blah! Blah! Technology (-5)
  17. Speckyboy – WordPress and Design (=)
  18. Blog.Spoon Graphics (+4)
  19. Neville Hobson (-3)
  20. Phones Review (+1)
  21. eWeek Europe (+4)
  22. Broadstuff (-2)
  23. Mousetrap Technology – Times Online (-5)
  24. Light Blue Touchpaper (+12)
  25. The::unwired (-1)
  26. GadgetGrid (+3)
  27. Jkkmobile (-8)
  28. Wonderland (+12)
  29. OUseful.Info, the blog… (-3)
  30. GadgetLite Blog (-7)

Ranking by Wikio

Observations:

  • Some shuffling in the overall order as compared to last month’s list, especially in the top 10, but no major surprises.
  • Three new entrants in the top 30: We Are Social, entering the list at a terrific #13, Light Blue Touchpaper at #24 and Wonderland at #28.
  • My blog has dropped three places to #19. I suspect this may be to do with the fact that I’ve had little time to write much fresh tech-related content here over the past few months, a situation I don’t foresee changing much in the next few months.

If you know of any UK-based blogger writing a tech blog who ought to be in Wikio’s Top 100 ranking and who isn’t, let me know.

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.

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