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My Top 10 Most Read Blogs

October 10, 2007 by  

Yesterday I noticed a trackback from Raymond.cc, one of the most popular Tech Blogs in Malaysia . Curious to know what he had written about Sabahan.com, I clicked the link to find a post where Raymond lists 10 of his most read blogs.

Apparently, Sabahan.com is one of the blogs that he read daily. I am honored to be on the list and am glad to know he finds Sabahan.com useful :)

While I don’t usually participate in a tagging meme I thought this one is worth tagging along with. In addition to helping us discover interesting blogs from other people, I would also like to return the favour and thank Raymond for including Sabahan.com on his list.

The meme was started by Martin of gHacks.net where he invited the bloggers from his ten most read blogs to take part. The goal is to create a blog feed dependency list which shows the top ten most read blogs of all participating blogs.

While I’ve subscribed to about 36 blog feeds, I only visit a blog when I feel like reading the topics in that particular niche. If I don’t feel like reading SEO today, the Search Engine Roundtable can wait until I’m in the mood.

Anyway, here are the top 10 most read blogs according to my Google Readers’s Trends for the last 30 days.

 

  1. Shoemoney – Skills to pay the bills
  2. ProBlogger Blog Tips
  3. Search Engine Roundtable
  4. John Chow dot Com
  5. Super Affiliate Mindset
  6. Google Blogoscoped
  7. Affiliate Blog by Shawn Collins
  8. Inside AdWords
  9. Connected Internet
  10. Inside AdSense

 

As you can see, the kind of blogs I read relates closely to the topics I love to write about in Sabahan.com. They range from the normal how to make money, to affiliate marketing, AdSense, AdWords and SEO stuff.

If you have your own top 10 most read blogs, you could do the same and list down your top 10 most read blogs in your blog. Then you can trackback this article or Raymond’s article so that he’ll be able to put you on his list.

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Comment by mystarhill
2007-10-10 13:42:48

nice top 10.. just hope that my site would end up in your top 10 most visited site soon :D

 
Comment by Everton
2007-10-10 14:04:00

Thanks for reading my site – I need to work out what my top 10 are

 
Comment by Everton
2007-10-10 14:06:27

Just looked at my trends and I’m not sure if this is useful data (although I’m happy to be in your top 10!) as I think it just tracks the feeds with the most posts, as opposed to the ones you read the most.

Comment by Gaman
2007-10-10 14:12:04

The item under the “Reading Trend” shows the number of times you read a feed.

 
 
Comment by eshark Subscribed to comments via email
2007-10-10 15:59:42

Wah! It’s good that you have sharing those list with us ere.. Only few that I’ve known and many that are so new to me. Thanks for sharing bro! ;)

 
Comment by BlogsTheme.com
2007-10-10 16:01:37

Great list. I read almost the same blogs as you do. At least for the top 5, It’s the same.

 
Comment by Alfred
2007-10-10 16:43:09

hehe i reached sabahan from raymond’s blog when he posted that :D

 
Comment by wandira
2007-10-11 09:21:09

Thx gaman for sharing your most read blogs list.

 
2007-10-11 16:12:29

Shoemoney is always on the top.. and problogger gollow by.

 
Comment by Kay Kastum Subscribed to comments via email
2007-10-12 10:40:53

Hey, I never knew about these useful sights until you put it here.

 
Comment by Tim
2007-10-12 15:50:13

Just visited the top ten list, its really worth a read!

–blog for dream–

 
Comment by Steve M
2007-10-15 11:34:13

A good list of sites there, all with some valuable information

 
Comment by papajoneh
2007-10-17 11:03:47

I love the shoemoney. Thanks gaman for sharing this info :)

 
Comment by BlogsTheme.com
2007-11-02 03:26:02

I see a lot of blogs about google :) in your list. Heehe it’s always nice to keep an eye on google

 
Comment by Felex Tan
2008-04-02 14:58:15

John chow dot com leads

 
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