DayPop loves me

I've made the DayPop Top 40 a few times, but I had no idea I could be ranked # 86 on DayPop's new "Blog Rank" list. Is my site really more popular than Sam Ruby, Paul Ford or Dan Bricklin? Answer: it isn't. I think further tweaking is required...

In other news, DayPop also now has a Top Word Bursts list, just days after this story made the rounds (/. thread). Ok, I'm not sure if "contemplates" is worthy of "word burst" status. This could use some fine additional tuning too, but it's good to see that someone's working on this.

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Sam Ruby said:

FYI: I trackbacked this item, and appeared to receive a successful return code, yet I don't see the trackback.

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MT doesn't rebuild the individual archive page for trackbacks. Just comments.

irrgarten said:

>>Is my site really more popular than Sam Ruby, Paul Ford or Dan Bricklin?

It is! At least with the daypop algorithm!
And, the question, which site is more popular, isn't it very subjective?! What does popular mean? The most hits? The most comments? The most links? The most whatever...

But, be happy, to be there, in the Top100 Daypops!! My weblog MS-Discoveries Logbuch is far away... :(

But who knows, in a couple of years... ;)

Matthias

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