34 Australian blogs make the updated AdAge Power list

A total of 34 Australian sites appear on an updated edition of Advertising Age’s influential Marketing Blogs Power list.  

The list – based on various criteria including Technorati authority, number of RSS subscribers, Alexa rankings and comments – now includes nearly 1000 blogs. The methodology – which now sees rankings change on a daily basis – was updated this week.

The top ranking Australian-based blog is ProBlogger, written in Melbourne by Darren Rowse. ProBlogger is not included in the Australia-only marketing blog ranking, Marketing Pioneers, which is run by Julian Cole of social media agency The Population, because it is not directly about marketing.

Other than ProBlogger, the highest ranking Austrlian blog on the AdAge list is Bannerblog, which celebrates the best advertising on the web. Banner blog is run by Ashley Ringrose of Soap Creative and Ashadi Hopper of RMG Connect.

And the highest ranking blog for an Australian agency is Amnesia Razorfish’s.

Meanwhile, AdAge gives marketing guru Seth Godin its number one slot.

The Australian entries on the AdAge Power list:

21 ProBlogger

105 Bannerblog

127 Social Network Marketing

159 Amnesia Blog

196 Adspace Pioneers

201 Three Billion Project

211 Better Communication Results

218 Acidlabs

226 Inspiration Room Daily

257 CopyWrite

286 Media Hunter

332 Personalize Media

333 Online Marketing Banter

334 Pigs Don’t Fly

355 Young PR

400 Psychotactics (NZ)

455 Get Shouty

498 The Marketer

503 Marketing Easy

512 Corporate Engagement

513 PR Disasters

516 This Ain’t No Disco

522 Servant Of Chaos

561 ineedhits

609 Creative Is Not A Department

624 Ryan’s View

714 Jax Rant

742 Shifted Pixels Blog

796 Business of Marketing and Branding

828 Zebra Bites

849 Insight

901 Slice Media

932 Innovation Feeder

963 Frontiering Talk


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