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25 Of The Worlds Most Powerfull Blogs

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A fun post.

 

According to our local newspaper, South Africa, these are the most powerfull blogs in the world:

 

1: The Huffington Post: Huffintonpost.com

2: Boing Boing: boingboing.net

3: Techcrunch: techcrunch.com

4: Kottke: kottke.org

5: Dooce: dooce.com

6: Perez Hilton: perezhilton.com

7: Talking Points Memo: Talkingpointsmemo.com

8: Icanhascheezburger: icanhaschesszburger.com

9: Beppe Gillo: Beppegrillo.it

10: The Druge Report: drudgereport.com

11: Gawker: Gawker.com

12: Xu Jingeli: blog.com.cn/xujinglei

13: Treehugger: treehugger.com

14: Microsiervos: Microsiervos.com

15: TMZ: tmz.com

16: Engadget: Engadget.com

17: Marbury: Marbury.typepad.com

18: Chez Pim: chezpim.typepad.com

19: Basic Thinking: basicthinking.de/blog

20: The Sartorialist: TheSartorialist.blogspot.com

21: Student For Free Tibet: studentsforafreetibet.org

22: Jezebel: jezebel.com

23: Gigazine: Gigazine.net

24: Girl with a one track mind: girlwithaonetrackmind.blogspot.com

25: Mashable: Mashable.com

 

 

Any you would add?

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Fun! There's some in there I hadn't heard of. Will be fun to explore, thanks!

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I'd say that these are the blogs that affect the editors of the newspaper most.

 

News, gossips, gadgets, etc.

 

The most influencing blogs for me are Seth Godin's and Guy Kawasaki's blogs (after cre8pc.com, ofc :) ), considering their influencing those people, who influence thousands and millions of other people through value-oriented (or not) marketing.

 

What about MSDN? IBM internal blogs? Heck, the blog that influences me the most is my company's, because that's what pays my bills and what I spend my weeks on.

Edited by A.N.Onym

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OMG !! I am a die hard cheezburger fan :) but only ever looked at the cat/animal photos page - never even noticed the political bit - probably because I can waste soooo much time on that site, enjoying every minute, but horrified when I look at the clock & realise I have been laughing at captions for a disgraceful amount of time !!!!

 

That said, very much looking forward to checking out the other sites, thanks for the links !

 

Mari

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I guess it is relative - most powerfull place for me has been here.... ahhhhh :)

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They forgot my blog! :)

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(after cre8pc.com, of

 

But of course :angel:

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Blogging is fun......ulness you are not chasing dollars through it....

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Blogging is fun......ulness you are not chasing dollars through it....

well i would disagree many successful blogs where started not as a profit venture. Do it for love of a topic or simply writing. I have non-public blog where i exercise my writing skills.

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