Scrubone at Something Should Go Here Maybe Later has compiled the Half Done November blog stats the top 20 of which are:
|HD Rank||Blog||Last Tumeke Rank||Alexa||Alexa NZ||Authority||HD Score|
|2||Whale Oil Beef Hooked||#7||134113||276||93||40|
|7||Policy Blog: Chris Trotter & Matthew Hooton||#10||202188||717||60||242|
|9||New Zealand Conservative||#23||359340||557||52||385|
|17||The Inquiring Mind||#15||438737||1262||50||1107|
|19||Something should go here, maybe later.||#34||811342||1529||66||1880|
|20||No Right Turn||#9||907936||3070||129||2161|
The blogosphere had some comings and goings in November – Roarprawn took a holiday, but has returned; Matthew Hooton and Chris Trotter left Policyblog but the latter moved to Bowalley Road, Anti-Dismal and The Hive closed and there have been two newcomers: Dear John and The Bull Pen.
I suspect Homepaddock’s 10th spot on the Half Done rankings is a lot higher than the Tumeke! rankings which Tim Selwyn is compiling now because I’ve noticed a fall in visitors and comments since the election.
Apropos of that in November:
* I wrote 226 posts.
* Received 14,414 visitors, including the most on any one day (1,160 on November 4th because of a post about the Melbourne Cup photo finish which must have shown up high on Google searches).
* Had 378 comments, the most on a single post was 14 on November 10 about the blue wash being bad for democracy.