Monday, June 18, 2007
Walberg Watch is Influential?
A nice little ego boost to start the week...
I received an e-mail from BlogNetNews.com last night, a website with which I was previously unfamiliar. They set up pages for various states (including Michigan), which cover the whole of the state's blog activity. It looks sort of nifty.
From the e-mail, I was pointed in the direction of their political blog influence rankings page.
So, apparently Walberg Watch is important! Number four!
They don't explain their formula for determining this, unfortunately. I'd love to know how we rank above Liberal, Loud and Proud, for my amusement only..., and other great blogs. Though I do enjoy the fact that Walberg Watch is #4, but the official blog of Saul Anuzis, chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, is #18.
That's the ego boost of the day.
Congrats, the blog has been a great place to hear the other side of the story, one that the mainstream media needs to report.
I would love to see some interviews with some of the Democrat candidate for MI-07. Let's see who's willing to open up to the blogosphere on how they intend to take on Walberg and what issues they're running. It would be a great introduction to all of us... Do you have any planned?
Fitzy + others:
Congrat...you have done one hell of a job on this website and thats no bull!!!!! I look about every other day now but will increase when the primary is over. Again great job and keep up the good work.
Stay tuned... nothing firm planned yet, but I'm working on it.
Of course, everything would be easier if the candidates sought me out... :-)
Must deserved praise. They know of what they rate (although I gotta admit "That's Saul Folks" is a catchy title for a slippery person).Post a Comment
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