23 Jul 2007

High ranked Blogspot blogs

updated: 17, Nov. 2007
Made numerous changes to the list. Had to drop a number of blogs from the PR 5 list.
This includes among others, Paula Neal Mooney's blog which is now a PR3.

My Blog ah ok lah is now in the list.

Right after I wrote my post "Don't ignore blogspot blogs", I went over to the PayPerPost boards to see what other fellow posties and advertises thought about it. I was really surprised at the response. Almost everyone who replied to the thread were against it. Not surprising as almost all posties who replied were NOT Blogspot users. I know that a lot of posties are Blogspot users and I expected them come out in support of my campaign but they didn't.

It seemed like most of those who replied had decided that Blogger (Google) banning blogs that carried paid or sponsored posts in the future, is inevitable.

One advertiser even asked:
If you're on a free host, how seriously do you take your blog?
What do you think?

Would love to hear your views on this issue. In the meantime, here are some high ranking Blogspot blogs (with PR 5 and above).

PR 5
PR 6
PR 7
PR 9

Tell me if your's is missing from or you know of others missing from the list.


Paris David said...

Hi Adam -

I don't blame you.

There are some major blogspot blogs out there like Digital Inspiration (PageRank 6 and very high up in Technorati ranking) that can't be ignored.

While my main blog is on Blogspot, I did start a new site called WatchFreeEpisodes.com that is getting a lot of respect and subscribers in a short time.

I created that site using WordPress.org's cutline theme.

So yes, our Blogger blogs cannot be ignored. And there are many of us with high pageranks who don't want to transfer to a regular dot com name so we can KEEP our high pagerank.

There are people who transferred and are sorry that their backlinks didn't follow.

In the meantime, I'm happy with my Blogger blog, and I'm happy with my WordPress site.

I'm happy.

Thanks for the link love,

Dilip Mutum said...

Hi Paula. Thanks for dropping by. i guess I will stick around with Blogger for a while ;-)

Anonymous said...

I have feelings that once our blogspot blog becomes popular, somehow we wish that we had our very own domain.

Dilip Mutum said...

That's true but by then becomes too late as we don't want to lose our PR.

Anonymous said...

I had a free blog at blogdrive.com and a page rank of 4. Bought my own domain and now have a page rank 5, and moving up. It isn't impossible to keep your page rank, just difficult. You need to track down all those links one at a time and ask them to change their links to reflect the new address of your page.


Anonymous said...

Self-expression is self-expression regardless if you want to go through the trouble of learning what servers, nameservers and domain names are.

Dilip Mutum said...

Static brain: Might as well start a completely new blog like I did with this blog.

Patrick: Thanks for dropping by my blog.

Anonymous said...

Many Thanks Adam for the great list of High PR blog here.


Anonymous said...

google pr has some issues and i am not sure whether the analysis is that accurate.

Roxanne said...

Thanks for the great list of high PR blogs. I hope to receive updates soon.