How Do You REALLY Stack Up On @Inboundorg?

How Do You REALLY Stack Up On @Inboundorg?

Inbound.org has no shortage of awesome. I can’t think of a platform that has helped me find more authors, and led me to as much excellent content. Not only is it a fantastic conduit, it has this little thing called community, which provides for some excellent conversation.

Do you know how you, or your blog ranks on Inbound.org?

Before you jump in, this is how I arrived at the following rankings. First, I visited Inbound’s “All Time” list and with a little scraping, a lot of manual mucking around, and a weighting “formula” I put two lists together: “Must Follow Authors” and “Must Follow Blogs.”

The first, “Must Follow Authors” uses two weightings: “top 100 count” and “total comments.” Top 100 count refers to how many posts were found in the top 100 for any single author. We first ranked you based on this. Next, we ranked you based on total (we went 2000 posts deep), comments received to date.

Must Follow Authors

Author
Top 100 Count
Total Comments
Google+
Twitter
Rand Fishkin7120G+Twitter
Jon Cooper5133G+Twitter
Nick Eubanks4101G+Twitter
Peter Attia366G+Twitter
Michael King331G+Twitter
John Doherty2208G+Twitter
Joel K295G+Twitter
AJ Kohn295G+Twitter
Jonathon Colman293G+Twitter
Martin Macdonald287G+Twitter
Aleyda Solis276G+Twitter
Jeremy Rivera252G+Twitter
Dustin Verburg246G+Twitter
Neil Patel229G+Twitter
Dan Shure223G+Twitter
Pratik Dholakiya219G+Twitter
Ian Lurie218G+Twitter
Philip Petrescu217G+Twitter
Wil Reynolds216G+Twitter
Dr Peter J. Meyers213G+Twitter
Anji ISMAIL190G+Twitter
Ryan McLaughlin165G+Twitter
Vinoth Shankaran160G+Twitter
Matthew Woodward156G+Twitter
Dan Petrovic155G+Twitter
Ed Fry139G+Twitter
Tad Chef138-Twitter
Gaz Copeland136G+Twitter
seobitch134-Twitter
Dieser Artikel134G+-
Chris Dyson133G+Twitter
Matt Cutts131G+Twitter
Mark Traphagen129G+Twitter
Alison Parcell126G+Twitter
Eppie Vojt123G+Twitter
James Norquay120G+Twitter
Justin Briggs116G+Twitter
Alaister Low116G+Twitter
Kane Jamison115G+Twitter
Daniel Butler115G+Twitter
Alex Cardinell115G+Twitter
Bill Slawski, Wll Critchlow112G+Bill, Will
Timothy Resnik112G+Twitter
Emma Still111G+Twitter
Ryan Broderick111-Twitter
Cyrus Shepard110G+Twitter
Gareth19G+Twitter
Benjamin Estes19G+Twitter
Anthony Shapley18G+Twitter
Mike Ramsey18G+Twitter
Brad Frost17G+Twitter
Hannah Smith17G+Twitter
Paddy Moogan17G+Twitter
Doug Kessler17G+Twitter
Chris Gilchrist16G+Twitter
Cue Blocks16G+Twitter
jonathon colman15G+Twitter
Annie Cushing15G+Twitter
George Freitag14G+Twitter
John Henry Scherck14G+Twitter
Chris Le14G+Twitter
Matthew Brown14G+Twitter
kevin gibbons13G+Twitter
Ron Garrett12G+Twitter
Josh Hansen11G+Twitter
Rob Toledo10G+Twitter
Andrew Shotland0109G+Twitter
Alessio Madeyski056G+Twitter
Bill Sebald051G+Twitter
DholakiyaPratik038G+Twitter
Adam Steele034G+Twitter
Barry Schwartz034G+Twitter
Patrick Hathaway029G+Twitter
Chase Hooley027G+Twitter
Bill Hartzer024G+Twitter
Mitchell Wright024G+Twitter
Richard Falconer023G+Twitter
David Cohen023G+Twitter
Jason Acidre020G+Twitter
Paul May019G+Twitter
Steven Weldler015G+Twitter
Chris Crum015G+Twitter
Russell Jensen015G+Twitter
Dharmesh Shah014G+Twitter
Max Minzer013G+Twitter
Joel Klettke013G+Twitter
Ross Hudgens09G+Twitter
Danny Sullivan09G+Twitter
JOEL RUNYON09G+Twitter
Geir Ellefsen08G+Twitter
Avinash Kaushik07G+Twitter
Rishi Lakhani07G+Twitter
Chris Countey07G+Twitter
Nick Bernard06G+Twitter
Will Oremus06G+Twitter
Reyhan Harmanci06G+Twitter
Jess Sauer06G+Twitter
Nathan Safran06G+Twitter
Gregory Ferenstein05G+Twitter
Brad Lyon05G+Twitter

The second list, ranks “Must Follow Blogs” and was weighted in a similar manner.

Must Follow Blogs

Top 100
Total Comments
Blog Name
RSS Link
1347134seomoz.orgRSS
63385pointblankseo.comRSS
30832seonick.netRSS
25030cucumbernebula.comRSS
20464jonathoncolman.orgRSS
17021justinbriggs.orgRSS
16715portent.comRSS
16219quicksprout.comRSS
1589seerinteractive.comRSS
12726mattcutts.comRSS
12624tripleseo.comRSS
12348moz.comRSS
12129blindfiveyearold.comRSS
11913distilled.netRSS
11664martinmacdonald.netRSS
10617buzzfeed.comRSS
1067dejanseo.com.auRSS
10524raventools.comRSS
9516stokedseo.co.ukRSS
9113contentharmony.comRSS
798601100111011001010110010101101011.co.ukRSS
794linkbuildingbook.comNo Rss
7811emmastill.comRSS
7418squawk.imRSS
7310mixergy.comRSS
7212smashingmagazine.comRSS
6634shoemoney.comRSS
6310evolvingseo.comRSS
6212seogadget.co.ukRSS
628davidnaylor.co.ukRSS
619seo-doctor.co.ukRSS
605advancedwebranking.comRSS
5990rudebaguette.comRSS
599datadial.netNo Rss
5728stateofsearch.comRSS
5565recalibrate.coRSS
5434andreasaltheimer.wordpress.comRSS
5410blog.iacquire.comRSS
539seandillonsmith.comRSS
5320jamesnorquay.comRSS
5216alaisterlow.comRSS
5210boom-online.co.ukRSS
511electricdialogue.comRSS
5018johnfdoherty.comRSS
5038blog.serps.comRSS
495hitreach.co.ukRSS
4915micrositemasters.comRSS
491wilreynolds.comRSS
4911windmillnetworking.comRSS
494reelseo.comRSS

Should anyone like to see the original data, please reach out, and I will send it along.

Let me know if you have any questions folks.

About Adam Steele

A SEO & Local SEO by trade, Adam spends the majority of his time creating new efficiencies through smart processes and the leveraging of technology. He is ruthlessly passionate about building smart, lean businesses, and exploring new, lean, internet marketing techniques. Find him on Twitter @AdamGSteele.

  • http://www.clayton-nichols.com Clayton Nichols

    I always get weird with Inbound.org stuff. I love reading posts there(this is how I came to yours), but I’m afraid to post my own site in fear or self esteem issues, because I feel like everyone who’s serious there is on another level!

  • http://seandillonsmith.com/ Sean Smith

    Right on man, dig this data, didn’t even realize my blog was on a list of this sort form inbound.org, good stuff!

    • Adam Steele

      Glad you like : ) Was thinking of making this list dynamic, but am too lazy to do it haha. Havea good one!

      • http://seandillonsmith.com/ Sean Smith

        That would be pretty sweet as well! Regardless though, it looks a lot better than just a list of blogs, so well done!

  • Sanjeev Gautam

    It has been a real pleasure to read this article as it

    has helped to

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