BuzzMetrics Names Top 100 Blog Posts Of 2006

Jan 4, 2007 | 148 views | by Navneet Kaushal
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Nielsen BuzzMetrics has released a list of top 100 blog posts of the year 2006. The word-of-mouth-measurement firm has made inbound-links analysis of different blog posts between January 1 to November 30, 2006 to prepare the list.

Based on the inbound links from other blogs during this period, a Mother Livejournal post, ' 2006 Petition Against Changes in the Livejournal Interface' was rated top most blog of the year. The story got nearly 801 links in 786 posts.

Crooks and Liars' post on 'Colbert Does the White House Correspondents' dinner' is the second most linked post in the list. It has been linked by 622 posts.

Crooks and Liars' another post ' Keith Olbermann commentary on Rumsfeld' is in the third position with 603 links.

Jonathan Carson, CEO at Nielsen BuzzMetrics viewed, “A minority of highly influential blogs continues to influence the broader conversation on the web. However, unique circumstances and events, such as the LiveJournal protest against proposed interface changes, can resonate with passionate stakeholders and catapult lesser-known blogs to the top”.

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