Nielsen BuzzMetrics Ranks Top Blog Posts of 2006
Posted on January 2, 2007
Nielsen BuzzMetrics has released its list of the top blog posts in 2006. The top post was a petition against changes in the Livejournal interface. The top posts are primarily political posts and David Sifry's State of the Blogosphere posts. The very top post was a livejournal post about changes on livejournal.
Here were the top ten most linked to posts in 2006 according to BuzzMetrics.
- "2006 Petition Against Changes in the Livejournal Interface" on mother.livejournal.com, linked by 801 posts
- "Colbert Does the White House Correspondents Dinner" on Crooks and Liars, linked by 622 posts
- "Keith Olbermann Delivers One Hell Of a Commentary on Rumsfeld" from Crooks and Liars, linked by 359 posts
- "State of the Blogosphere, August 2006" from Sifry.com, linked by 339 posts.
- "Keith Olbermann's Special Comment on Bush: Who has left this hole in the ground? We have not forgotten, Mr. President. You have. May this country forgive you." from Crooks and Liars, linked by 330 posts.
- "Support Denmark: Why The Forbidden Cartoons Matter" from MichelleMalkin.com, linked by 307 posts.
- "SNL: If Al Gore were President" from Crooks and Liars, linked by 286 posts.
- "Milking it?" from EU Referendum, linked by 284 posts.
- "State of the Blogosphere, February 2006 Part 1: On Blogosphere Growth" from Sifry.com, linked by 282 posts.
- "State of the Blogosphere, April 2006 Part 1: On Blogosphere Growth" from Sifry.com, linked by 269 posts.