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Wikio Listings Preview for September

A quick post from me this morning, as I am recovering from yesterdays market escapades (read: I am absolutely shattered, mentally & physically).  Dan from Wikio asked if I’d like to do a preview of the latest Wikio Gastronomy Top 100 blogs (for September). These are updated monthly and usually revealed via a food blog.

It’s something that I am doing tentatively, as these lists are based on links to your blog and not necessarily quality as there’s no human analysis. However, I do agree in the main, as the blogs on this list tend to be my favourites and ones that I read regularly. Of course, all that aside, I am very happy to be included in at number 3.

If there’s some blogs on this list that you’re not already aware of, I’d heartily recommend a read.

1 The guardian – word of mouth (=)
2 Food stories (=)
3 Eat like a girl (+2)
4 Hollow legs (=)
5 Gastronomy domine (+30)
6 Spittoonextra (=)
7 Thring for your supper (+10)
8 Ambrosia and nectar (-5)
9 Cheese and biscuits (-1)
10 World foodie guide (-1)
11 Dos hermanos (-1)
12 A slice of cherry pie (-5)
13 Ice cream ireland (+13)
14 Kavey eats (+8)
15 Dinner diary (-1)
16 London eater (+2)
17 Greedy gourmet (+3)
18 Intoxicating prose (+3)
19 The foodie list (-8)
20 The cottage smallholder (+13)
21 Londonelicious (-9)
22 Domestic goddess in training (-9)
23 Coffee and vanilla (+5)
24 An american in london (+8)
25 Crumbs and doilies cupcakes blog (=)
26 Cherrapeno (-11)
27 Culinary travels of a kitchen goddess (+2)
28 The london review of breakfasts (+2)
29 Tinned tomatoes (+7)
30 Antics of a cycling cook (-14)
31 Joanna’s food (-12)
32 Chocablog (-8)
33 Tamarind and thyme (+4)
34 Annes kitchen (-11)
35 The graphic foodie ()

Ranking by Wikio

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15 Comments

  1. Christ almighty! How on earth did I end up jumping 30 places?

    Assuming someone somewhere has made a (glorious) error. Hurrah!

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  2. Third! Wow, well done! I take it that it’s a UK specific list?

    You can find links to your site by searching link:yourdomainname on Google.

    For example, if you wanted to find links to to this blog you could search link:http://eatlikeagirl.com. You can used advanced search if you want to narrow by date.

    The only thing I find confusing is that if I’m on someone’s blog roll, Google seems to think that every post on their site is linking to me.

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  3. Third! Wow, well done! I take it that it's a UK specific list?

    You can find links to your site by searching link:yourdomainname on Google.

    For example, if you wanted to find links to to this blog you could search link:http://eatlikeagirl.com. You can used advanced search if you want to narrow by date.

    The only thing I find confusing is that if I'm on someone's blog roll, Google seems to think that every post on their site is linking to me….

    Reply

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