No one is more geeky then the crew here at Cell Phones.org, and there are a bunch of geek blogs out there that we love to read. We were curious which of these blogs have the biggest audience, so we decided that we would objectively measure the results.
Data was compiled from three sources:
We then took these scores, created a baseline (see our methodology below), and created our own Geek Rankâ„¢.
Top 25 Blogs by Geek Rank
|Rank||Site||Google Page Rank||Alexa Rank||Technorati Rank||Geek Rankâ„¢|
|6||Roger Meike’s Blog||5||10||1||16|
|8||How to Geek||4||9||1||14|
|9||Geeks Are Sexy||5||2||6||13|
|11||The Raw Feed||6||2||4||12|
|13||Geeks of Doom||4||3||4||11|
|16||Geeks Make Me Hot||6||1||2||9|
|21||Geek Estate Blog||4||1||1||6|
|22||Two Mad Geeks||4||1||1||6|
To qualify, a blog first had to appear on the first 10 pages of a Google Search for Geek Blogs, be recommended to us by one of our readers, or already be in our feed readers.
We then took data from Google Page Rank, Alexa Traffic and Technorati Authority to form Geek Rank. Alexa Traffic and Technorati Authority our normalized and brought down to a scale relative to PageRank, so that they could be added equally.
For blogs with no Page Rank, Alexa Rank or Authority Rank, a 0 was scored in that category.
For ties (and there were a few), Editor’s discretion prevailed.