I just happened to notice that Technorati currently has CleanTechnica ranked as the #1 green blog or green news site in the world. Hip hip, hooray! 😀
However, I’ll be honest and note that the system doesn’t include or doesn’t register a few ginormous green sites that could potentially rank above us if they were included. I’m not really sure what’s up with that.
Still, you can see in the snapshot above that ThinkProgress and Grist, two of my favorite sites, register in their system and rank well. Over 13,000 other green blogs are also in their system.
Honestly, I don’t check in there that often, and I can’t remember if I’ve seen this before or not, but we’re also now in the “Top 100 Overall.” So, according to Technorati’s ranking algorithm (which tracks over 1,300,000 sites), we’re one of the 100 most influential sites on the web. Pretty cool. 😀
We’re also in the top 10 for auto blogs and auto news sites, alongside sister site Gas2, which was making a run at #1 for a while. My optimistic side makes me believe that’s a sign of the growing electric vehicle revolution.
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