I noticed that I made it on the Biblioblogs Top 50 this month of October and just made the cut at number 50. Just because a blog is on the top 50, don`t let the rankings deceive you. It does not accurately reflect the quality of the blogs posts and how widely they are read and the amount of interaction on them. Biblioblog Top 50 uses Alexa and I don’t know how it works but I don’t trust their ultra simplistic rating system. I’ve perused through the other blogs that are way up there and some do not seem to post very often and hardly get any comments (no offense to anyone), and some are amongst my favorite and most interesting blogs. Hmmm, there’s got to be something wrong there. It’s my take anyway.
I appreciate all the work the person(s) who have been compiling the list of biblio bloggers at BiblioblogTop50. I have to say what I appreciate most is their huge compilation of the biblioblogs. This is the best thing about the blog, not the rankings.