I thought they might not post a static list, since you can get it live, but they did, and it’s here. There are also a couple of notes on developing the library: Need for better hosting Possible peer reviewed bibliblog Check out the post for those, even if you don’t care about the actual rankings.
I note quite a debate around the blogs I read regarding just what is a biblioblog. For a long time, this blog was listed as a “related” blog, then a few months ago was “upgraded” to a biblioblog, and I’ve been in the top 50 ever since, and even made the top 10 a time or two….
The carnival is up at You Can’t Mean That, and the Biblioblogger rankings, from which I have fallen in disgrace due to lack of blogging (I would guess-no blogging=no traffic!) are up at Free Old Testament Audio.
… at Free Old Testament Audio. And I have now dropped to #30. Freefall!
Oh joy! Oh rapture! Oh Bliss! I have recovered from last month’s #50 to #28 in the biblioblog rankings, and all that with relatively little blogging!
… #50 in the Biblioblog Top 50. I’ll have to try to be more diligent!
… and I got bumped to #16, which is not surprising given how little blogging I’ve been doing lately. Come to think of it, the really surprising thing was how long I stayed in the top 10! Thanks to Jeremy for his hard work and for “more cowbells.”
… at Free Old Testament Audio. Surprisingly, considering how little I blogged last month and how much my 30 day Alexa number rose (not good!) I remain #9.
Thanks to Jeremy for all the hard work in producing the Biblioblog Top 50 this month. Even though I lost ground in my 30 day Alexa ranking, it was still good enough for #9. By the way Joel, writing a script is also work. Few seconds? It is to laugh!
Thanks to Jeremy for doing all the work. I’m at #8 amongst some pretty great company!