I’m not sure how many of you are familiar with Technorati. It ranks blogs using its own special algorithm and is also a search engine for blogs. It’s got a few major achievements to its name and is well-known to both bloggers and techies.
Anyway, I thought that since CleanTechnica has been sitting in 3rd place on Technorati’s Green Rankings for over a month now, I’d let our loyal readers and fans (you) know.
I’m not actually sure how long we’ve been in that position, to be honest, but noticed it there for the first time a little over a month ago and we’ve been sitting pretty there since.
The only blogs above us are Grist, a green site I imagine you are familiar with, and Climate Progress, which is considered to be the leading climate change blog on the internet and has wide respect from major media outlets and journalists, scientists, politicians, and other bloggers.
So, first of all, thank you to all our great readers for supporting our work and sharing this with your friends and family (and all those people you don’t even know on Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, and other such sites)! You are the people who really make a blog a success.
And, hope we can climb in the rankings… though, we are quite a few points behind Climate Progress at the moment. 3 out of over 3,000 ain’t bad though, right?
Image Credit: Screenshot of Technorati Green Rankings
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