Here are the Liberal Democrat entries in the top 100 political blogs as ranked by EBuzzing (Wikio as was).
The hokey cokey team of Richard Morris, Nic Prigg and Mark Thompson, who all dropped out last month, are back this month.
(As I’ve mentioned them before: both Neil Monnery and David Allen Green are now in the listings, starting well outside the top 100. I’d expect both to climb quickly. In my experience of contacting EBuzzing about blogs which are either missing or mis-categorised, it sometimes take a few times of asking before matters are resolved but polite persistence has always paid off in the end so far for me.)
|1 (6)||Liberal Democrat Voice||Up 1|
|2 (26)||Mark Pack||No change|
|3 (45)||Stephen Tall||Up 7|
|4 (46)||Jennie Rigg||Up 23|
|5 (54)||Nick Thornsby||Up 2|
|6 (56)||Nic Prigg||NEW|
|7 (58)||Paul Walter||Down 1|
|8 (63)||Zoe O’Connell||No change|
|9 (64)||Lynne Featherstone||Up 3|
|10 (66)||Andrew George||Up 5|
|11 (72)||Caron’s Musings||Down 8|
|12 (84)||Liberal England||Down 18|
|13 (88)||Richard Morris||NEW|
|14 (89)||Mark Thompson||NEW|
|16 (97)||Liberal Vision||Down 1|
Under EBuzzing’s methodology the overall profile of blogs that tend to support a particular party or cause can become a self-reinforcing cycle because the higher a blog rates the more its links to other blogs count, so those blogs in turn come out higher and hence any links from them back to the original blog count more driving that blog higher and so on.
You can submit a site to be added to EBuzzing at http://labs.ebuzzing.co.uk/addblog.