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Wednesday, May 09, 2007

The Top 10 Most Popular Blogs by RSS Feed Subscriber Count

Self Made Minds spent a whole Saturday morning putting together a list of the top 100 blogs based on the number of RSS feed subscribers. Here are the top 10 blogs with subscriber counts and descriptions:
  1. Engadget 626,000 - Gadgets blog
  2. Boing Boing 424,000 - Tech and random stuff blog
  3. TechCrunch 279,000 - Web 2.0 company reviews
  4. Simply Recipes 204,000 - Self-explanatory
  5. Xataka 173,000 - A Spanish-language tech blog
  6. Interesting Thing of the Day 137,000 - Just what it says
  7. Mashable 116,000 - Social networking blog
  8. 43 Folders 110,000 - Life Hacking blog
  9. TechCrunch.fr 83,961 - French version of TechCrunch
  10. Dumb Little Man 75,420 - Productivity blog
If you're like me, you probably didn't recognize a couple of the blogs on the list, which just goes to show how big the blogosphere is. Xataka, in particular, has a huge RSS subscriber base coming in at fifth place, but I've never heard of it until now. It might have something to do with how loosely connected the tech blogging community is in terms of inter-linking compared to the socio-political bloggers.

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