The Shotgun Blog
Monday, September 01, 2008
The Shotgun is on fire: Number six political blog in Canada
Lock and load: Robert Jago, who blogs at A Dime a Dozen political blog, has released the Top 25 political blogs for the month of September, and the Shotgun continues its upward climb by placing in the number six spot.
This continues a steady upward climb for our blog. In July, we entered the charts at number 13. In August, we entered the top 10 by placing in the number nine spot. This month, we have edged ahead of blogs like Ezra Levant's and Five Feet of Fury by moving into the number six spot.
While our Alexa traffic rankings are the best on the list (we're 126,425 on Alexa, followed by Small Dead Animals at 136,946, and Five Feet of Fury at 154,177), we continue to have a Google Page Rank of 5, the heavier-weighted measure on Jago's list (Google keeps their page rankings information a company secret).
We're grateful to Robert for keeping up this informative and fun list, and hope to stay in the Top 10 for many months to come.
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...I guess one could argue the focus was on political, because SDA is #1 as far as I'm concerned, and not #2 as stated.
More change has come from that site and Angry in the Great White North, which doesn't even show.
Statistics, bloody statistics.
Posted by: tomax7 | 2008-09-01 2:46:03 PM
Lock and load: Robert Jago, who blogs at A Dime a Dozen political blog, has released the Top 25 political blogs for the month of September,
Posted by P.M. Jaworski on September 1, 2008
Just how many political blogs are in Canada? More than 25? I was also wondering how you release the top political blogs for the month of September on September 1st.
Posted by: The Stig | 2008-09-01 4:12:14 PM
You could check out Jago's site for that. Yes, there are hundreds and hundreds of political blogs. Just visit the Blogging Tories aggregator, or the ones for the Liberals and NDP.
The numbers for September are taken from August. And so on down the line.
Posted by: P.M. Jaworski | 2008-09-01 4:32:41 PM
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