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Monday, November 20, 2006

TaxProf Blog Is an "A-List Blog"

A-List Blogger

TaxProf Blog is an "A-List Blog" under the methodology devised by Kineda -- an "Entertainment, Pop Culture and Lifestyle" blog.  The ranking is based on the number of Technorati links in the past 180 days.  TaxProf Blog is in the highest of four categories --  The Very High Authority Group (500 or more blogs linking in the last 6 months):

In the final group we see what might be considered the blogging elite. This group, which represents more than 4,000 blogs, exhibits a radical shift in post frequency as well as blog age. Bloggers of this type have been at it longer – a year and a half on average – and post nearly twice a day, an increase in posting volume of over 100% from the previous group. Many of the blogs in this category, in fact, are about as old as Technorati and we’ve grown up together. Some of these are full-fledge professional enterprises that post many, many times per day and behave increasingly like our friends in the mainstream media. As has been widely reported, the impact of these bloggers on our cultures and democracies is increasingly dramatic.

TaxProf Blog is the only "A-List" tax blog; all the other tax blogs are either "B-List," "C-List," or "D-List."

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Comments

That is really impressive. Good work.

Posted by: Dan Jaworski | Nov 21, 2006 7:25:24 PM