BiblioBlog Rankings 01/17

Hey everyone! Here are the BiblioBlog rankings for this week.  I have an idea for a new site to host the rankings, as that is not the purpose of this blog.  But, I want to do it well and am trying to elicit help from a few other people.  So, please bear with me for a bit.  Also, I would like to clean up the list and have some kind of better system for deciding who makes the list (no I’m not talking about anything very formal).  So, if you sent me your site last week through a comment, I’ll get to it before the monthly rankings, which are what really matters anyway ;-).

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14 Comments

  • Looks great, Jeremy

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  • Nice work keeping it going, however, as it is no longer centralised, does that mean I’ll never get on it?

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  • Hi – I am curious as to how the ratings are measured. Does alexa measure only direct reads of a page? Does it measure links from the page? Does it measure the aggregators that most people use for reading?

    I am still around and I think I am studying the Bible on two blogs – one on psalms and the other on everything else. I thought I would try and manage the filing of thoughts in piles – but that is too hard – and why would I force readers into multiple blogs? So final question: could the ratings combine feeds by author?

  • Bob, I don’t think that is possible, namely because no one really knows how Alexa works. I’ve seen forum questions though similar to yours with the answer returned as no.

  • Thanks again Jeremy.

    Sucks that Loftus is pulling further ahead of us. Those of you with Alexa toolbars remember to stop by MandM daily for the million dollar cash draw and random spot prizes prizes… of course as Loftus is not running such promotions only visit his site with your non-Alexa toolbar enabled browser… 😉

    Can I again please repeat my request to have Glenn Peoples’ Say Hello to My Little Friend: The Beretta Blog and Podcast considered/added to the list?

  • […] Jeremy at Free Old Testament Audio is continuing tinkering his system for acquiring and displaying the rankings, and thinking about how to decide who belongs on the list. […]

  • Wonder why so many say “No Data” (in particular, why my site says no data for its ranking data)? I went to Alexa and was able to pull off a number for MrRives.com. Is there something I need to enable on my web site for you to get the data you need?

    • Steve, You have no 1 month data, which is what we use. Your data is for the 3 month period. The same goes for other blogs, though some of them also cannot be ranked because they are hosted on places like BeliefNet. Alexa cannot give separate rankings for those.

  • Steve, may I suggest you visit: http://www.alexa.com/help/webmasters

    Since you are self-host, I think, you might want to put a widget from Alexa on site.

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