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August 4, 2009

invesp
Scott Spiegelberg has turned over ranking the top Classical blogs to invesp consulting. They track thousands of websites and blogs for all areas of interest. They have an ongoing page that tracks the second by second rankings of classical music blogs. invesp.com tracks blogs using a long list of criteria:

* Classical Music Blogs: The ultimate rank
* Classical Music Blogs: by Feedburner RSS membership*
* Classical Music Blogs: by unique monthly visitors
* Classical Music Blogs: by Yahoo indexed pages
* Classical Music Blogs: by Google indexed pages
* Classical Music Blogs: by number of incoming links (via Yahoo)
* Classical Music Blogs: by the ratio of incoming links to numbers of pages
* Classical Music Blogs: by pages per visit
* Classical Music Blogs: by Google PR
* Classical Music Blogs: by Technorati rank
* Classical Music Blogs: by Alexa rank
* Classical Music Blogs: by Compete rank
* Classical Music Blogs: via Social sites

They limit themselves to the top 25, and even though I didn’t make “the ultimate rank” this blog pops in and out of several of the categories. In fact I was number 1 for a few days in the Technorati ranking — a dubious achievement, and not quite sure what it means.

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