fbpx
17

Malaysian Strongest Blogs Ranking

Posted on 9th April, 2007

After publishing the list of most influential blogs in Malaysia here in Sabahan.com, Alang of Webmaster Malaysia blog has came up with an alternative ranking which list down blogs by their “strength”. The list is based on my influential blog list and blogs he discovered at Project Petaling Street .

He uses the Page Strength tool which was devised by SEOmoz to gauge the relative importance and visibility of a webpage. To come up with a score, Page Strength takes into account several factors including Google backlink, yahoo backlink, keyword ranking, Alexa ranking, Technorati ranking and several other metrics.

Is it a better way to measure the importance and visibility of a webpage as compare to using Technorati ranking alone? Yes it is. But as the title says it measures the Page Strength according to the algorithm developed by SEOmoz. How the tool weights the importance of each factor against each other to come up with the final score is unknown.

Technorati alone measures the relative popularity of a blog in the blogosphere which in a way can be attributed to its influence. On the other hand, Page Strength isn’t limited to blogs but covers any page across the web.

Jeff Ooi occupies the top spot with a Page Strength of 7 out of 10. Some lesser know blogs such as one that belongs to Safirul Alredha is head to head with Kennysia.com one of the most popular blogs in Malaysia . Both have a Page Strength of 6.5/10.

It just goes to show that this is not merely a measure of popularity but more.

With a Page Strength of 5.5, I was a little surprise to see that I’ve a better Page Strength than Liewcf.com and Paultan.org.

While it’s nice to know that I have a good Page Strength, this metric isn’t suitable for advertisers who are looking for blogs to advertise on.

There are just so many metrics out there and each says a different thing about a web page.

For now I think the combination of Alexa, Google PageRank and Technorati data are the most widely acceptable metrics to measure a page strength and potential return on investment for advertisers.

Nonetheless, webmasters who are looking for an accessible metric to measure their page relative importance and visibility will find this tool useful if not fun.

 

Here’s the full list taken from Alang’s blog:

 

Page Strength 7 / 10
www.jeffooi.com/

Page Strength 6.5 / 10
zeo.unic.net.my/
www.kennysia.com/
cowboycaleb.liquidblade.com/

Page Strength 6 / 10
www.alexallied.com/
www.sapiensbryan.com/
www.hot-screensaver.com/
www.kahsoon.com/

Page Strength 5.5 / 10
blog.limkitsiang.com/
chanlilian.net/
masak-masak.blogspot.com/
www.minishorts.net/
www.sabahan.com/
www.hemmy.net/
afdlinshauki.blogspot.com/
rockybru.blogspot.com/
rojaks.blogspot.com/
www.cypherhackz.net/
www.shaolintiger.com/

Page Strength 5 / 10
www.shamsulazhar.com/
ikram-zidane.com/
www.liewcf.com/
malaysia-today.net/blog2006
sultanmuzaffar.blogspot.com/
yasminthestoryteller.blogspot.com/
patrickteoh.blogspot.com/
kadirjasin.blogspot.com/
nizamzakaria.blogspot.com/
tehranifaisal.blogspot.com/
educationmalaysia.blogspot.com/
babeinthecitykl.blogspot.com/

Page Strength 4.5 / 10
rantingsbymm.blogspot.com/
www.paultan.org/
www.friedbeef.com/
kickdefella.wordpress.com/
www.fireangelism.com/
muaturun.blogspot.com/
rantingsbymm.blogspot.com/
www.rotorblog.com/
blog.smartusaha.com/
www.vincentchow.net/
www.aisehman.org/
www.malaysiabest.net

Page Strength 4 / 10
www.smashpop.net/
jasiminne.blogspot.com/
www.suanie.net/
thebookaholic.blogspot.com/
www.michaelooi.net/
www.saifulsham.com/
www.raymond.cc/blog
www.kyspeaks.com/
www.cjcm2u.com

Page Strength 3.5 / 10
www.bernardchan.net/
dorischua.blogspot.com/
www.gobalakrishnan.com/
sloone.wordpress.com/
www.szab.net/blog/
www.internetmelayu.com
www.mohdsuhaimy.com/
ro.botys.com/
www.ahmadazwan.com/

Page Strength 3 / 10
www.cheeserland.com/
www.amanz.net/
www.anwaribrahimblog.com/
www.irfankhairi.com/blog
www.tuahemas.com/blog

Related Posts
No related posts for this content
Gaman
 

An engineer by training, Gaman has been working full-time online as an Internet marketer, a programmer and an app developer since 2001. He has been blogging at Sabahan.com since 2006 sharing his experience and teaching people how to make money online.

  • […] up from the strongest blogs of Malaysia – here are the strongerest blogs of Singapore based on Page Strength. Well, actually I compiled a […]

  • papajoneh says:

    Gaman, is the http://www.jonehrc.com/ not included in the Page strength 3/10?

    Just curious… maybe not qualified yet lerr. 😉

  • papajoneh says:

    Aikkk.. my comment held for moderation or blocked?

  • papajoneh says:

    aikkk… Pls check this PS 3/10?

    Is JonehRC.com qualified or not?

  • papajoneh says:

    Azmeen, HTNet rank PS 5/10.

  • papajoneh says:

    Ahpek.com rank PS 4/10.

    OKlah thats all.

  • pablopabla says:

    Alang missed my blogs 😛

  • aman says:

    amanz.net rank PS 4/10

  • suanie says:

    w00t does that mean i gotta change blog template all that

  • zewt says:

    heck… my strength is only 2.5

    I shall work harder… besides, it’s only my third month 😛

  • alang says:

    hey, if your blog is qualified, please make a comment at my blog so I can keep track and update. I may raise the minimum level to qualify as strongest blog, start from 4 / 10 perhap

    • papajoneh says:

      alamak, pls dont do that, minimum 4/10.. nanti blog alang sendiri ndak termasuk pulak… SEOMoz on szab.net
      funny pulak kan… just kidding… no joke no fun…;)

      • alang says:

        tak kisah blog saya tak masuk pun. My blog is still new, less than one year with small audience base (because it is in malay language). My main purpose is to list the most strongest blogs in malaysia but seems like 3 / 10 is too low and easy to archive. Now almost every blogger asking me to include their blogs lol…

  • Amiene Rev says:

    My blog is RANK 4. I wonder is this PR so important?

  • >
    Scroll Up

    Want to Create a Successful Blog & Make Money? 

    Sign Up Below... For Tips and Tools to Help You Build a Better Blog

    >> Sign Up Now and get access to:


    • chevron-circle-right
      The exact methods I use to make money
    • chevron-circle-right
      Resources to increase traffic to your blog
    • chevron-circle-right
      The latest updates from Sabahan.com
    arrow-down