Technorati - top 100,000

Even though this blog's Technorati authority has gone down from 52 to 44 (I assume because some of our incoming links went past the six month limit), we have improved in the rankings - now into the top 100,000 blogs for the first time.

Although thoroughly anecdotal, this fact might support Charles Arthur's theory that the long tail of blogging is dying. If there are fewer active blogs, the remaining ones will inevitably rise up the list.

Have any other blog-owning readers noticed less competition out there?


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