Twingly Top 100 Blogs

The recognitions just keep rolling in. First, I discovered that I’m one of the Top 100 Most Influential Marketers of 2008. Now, it seems I’m also a Twingly Top 100 Biggest Blogs of the Internet.

Twingly is a social blog search engine that claims to be completely spam-free. Their Top 100 list identify the top blogs in 12 different languages based on a proprietary ranking system. It’s kinda like what Technorati has been trying to do with their Authority ranking. From the Twingly blog:

Today we’re launching two exciting projects at Twingly.com – Top 100 and BlogRank. The first one, Twingly Top 100, is the listing of the 100 biggest blogs in 12 different languages based on our ranking system (which is mainly focusing on inlinks and likes among other things). BlogRank is a number between 1-10 that shows how big a blog is. It’s similar to Google PageRank but only for blogs.

Twingly seems to like me a lot more than Google. They’ve given me a BlogRank of 7.
Twingly BlogRank

John Chow dot Com is ranked number 56 in the Top 100 Blog English blogs and number 59 when all languages are factored in.


51 thoughts on “Twingly Top 100 Blogs”

  1. Li Weng says:

    Congratz again John. You’ve come a long way. You’ve put in the work and you deserve this achievement. Now quit bragging already! πŸ˜›

    1. Definitely he has!! Good for you John – keep us updated as to other recognitions – as it is great motivation for what one person alone can achieve!!

      1. He’s got the blogging skillz

        He should write an e-book on how to be the first to post in every thread hehehe

    1. a second hip,hip,hoooo ray from me Chow.

      1. Ben Pei says:

        Hip hip hooray from me too !

  2. wisdom says:

    Not all that surprised here, you make a lot of money for blogging.

  3. Lanie says:

    Keep in mind Ihad one of the first JC Tribute sites around. Any wonder why?

  4. jtGraphic says:

    Good job. It’s no surprise πŸ˜› Are you going to ASW09?

  5. daryllorette says:

    Way to go John Chow Dot Com!

  6. Chester says:

    Wow. that’s a great achievement πŸ™‚ Wish I am in the list too one day.

  7. I look at you with great admiration. I too would like to join the same ranks as you.

  8. Congrats to you again John…double awards in a day..that is cool

  9. Melissa says:

    That’s interesting that Twingly gives you a higher Blogrank than Google. Either way, your ranking is just plain high!

  10. J.D. Meier says:

    Success snowballs. You’re on a roll.

  11. Greg Ellison says:

    That is very cool. Congrats on being on the two lists.

  12. You’ve put in the work and you deserve this achievement.

  13. Congratulations John,

    You run a great blog here and I must say
    that I have been looking at it to get ideas
    for my own blog development πŸ™‚

    -Tobias Fransson

    1. Johns information is a real asset to anyone thats even trying to make a modest income from a blog

  14. Takumi86 says:

    Nice achievement..

  15. Pheak Tol says:

    they should have a top 100 most influential asian bloggers haha you’ll rank high on that as well. congrats!

    1. I’d be shocked if he didnt make number one on that type of Top list considering how high he is on these other lists! πŸ™‚

  16. Anything that takes away market share from the monopolies is very good. Love Twingly!

  17. Karl Hadwen says:

    Congrats, It’s nice to see that you have achieved this πŸ˜€

  18. Congrats, John!! But I have a question…Do you think that companies put out lists like this simply to create linkbait that gets popular bloggers like yourself to link back to them? Especially when they don’t disclose how they do the rankings…

    1. That’s actually a really good point – I never even thought of that….

      I think I see a top 100 list coming on my blog soon – lol!!!!

    2. I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s the case, but it’s still nice to get recognition.

  19. I like your question mike. It seems you have to start somewhere if you want to create a list. Google is the standard and we still don’t know what the exact process is for page rank. What do you think Chow? To think about it…Chow could join any upcoming directory and blow his popularity out of the water and add another “top 100” to his resume. Good business Chow!!!

  20. Ben Pei says:

    Its such an envy here. Does all the fame go to you? There is no place for people like us anymore!

  21. Why is it that Google doesn’t have you higher in GPR? Anyways, congrats John!

  22. BusinessX says:

    More kudos to John Chow. I like that they gave you a high blogrank, so much better than Google.

  23. Keral Patel says:

    Nice list πŸ™‚ Some very readable blogs in there πŸ™‚

  24. Hmmm, even the little pic/widget thing looks like Google…

    -Mike

  25. Wow congratulations again! You are really raking up the accolades!

  26. bobit says:

    wow its really great

    congrats

  27. Michael says:

    Thats pretty amazing but not suprising considering the type of person you are and the value you have created with great content. Content is king and what you taught me is that to go forward with my online business is that I need to create more value for my readers so I decided to give my first product away.

    Thanks for all your good work, keep it up!

    http://www.zestformarketing.com

  28. Been hearing a lot about Twingly recently

  29. Leo says:

    very cool, congrats John

    we have this blog:

    http://www.wealthalchemist.com

    hope one day we will become as popular as you

  30. Nice going. And I think I’m going to give a closer look at Twingly.

  31. Thanks for the info, I hadn’t heard of Twingly before. It’s funny I came by thinking I’d check out some of the top blogs this afternoon. Went to Pro Blogger, Shoemoney and here. Wouldn’t you know it here I find a list of exactly what I was looking for.

    ps – that dude in the glasses looks pretty familiar (did you move to New Hampshire yet?)
    Bruce

  32. Congratulations John! Ah, another accomplishment to look forward to for us blogs in their infancy…uh oh, gotta change a diaper πŸ™‚

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