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Micro Persuasion most influential PR blog

Welcome to the first, highly non-scientific PR blog World Championships. The number of PR blogs are increasing and some of them are becoming real institutions in PR blogland. I decided to have a look at which PR blog is the most influential (I know wich ones I like to read but what about every body else?) by simply counting the links via Technorati. Yes, I know it is not a very good research method, but it’s fun. File it under blog PR stunts. I thought this was equally as interesting as MarketingSherpa Blog Awards which only lists 6 PR blogs.

And the winner is – [drums please] – Steve Rubel at Micro Persuasion, of course. There are a total of 286 links from 61 sources to his blog, and admit it, you read it too. Runner up is Tom Murphy at PR Opinions with 112 links from 78 sources.

The 28 most influential PR blogs (apologies if I have missed some):

1. Micro Persuasion 286

2. PR Opinions 112

3. Corporate Engagement 101

4. Corporate PR 51

5. PR meets WWW 35

6. PR Fuel 33

7. Pop! PR 31

8. PR Machine 29

9. Strategic Public Relations 29

10. Engage 25

11. PR Communications 24

12. PR Studies 22

13. Minnesota PR 22

14. Canuckflack 21

15. Marc Snyder 20

16. B.L. Ochman 20

17. Media Culpa 19

18. A PR guru’s musings 18

19. JKL blog 15

20. Media Guerilla 12

21. Ravabete Omoomi 11

22. Technoflak 9

23. Mark My Words 8

24. Hoi Polloi 7

25. Kitablog 6

26. Mediations 6

27. Media Map blog 3

28. CommLog 2

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