The Top 50 Travel Blogs (2nd Quarter: 2012)
Published on October 01, 2012
Thanks for sharing good and well post. blog of this site very useful for me
but I am looking a good blog for Travel&Tourism
So I am waiting for next post
Great post Matt! It's cool to see so many diverse travel blogs doing well. My wife and I are hoping to crack this list at some point in the future :)
Great idea Matt. I get annoyed by some of the rankers that use really obscure (and opaque) methods of calculating PVs. In one recent example, a blogger wrote a post about falling off a (supposedly objective) list, and then he was immediately added back to it. How would that possibly happen if it was numbers-based? As a nice side effect, you are on your way to being the biggest player in travel blogging now that you know everyone's metrics!
I didn't submit my site to be included in this list, but I make all my traffic numbers available by screenshot in my media kit.
I'm generally just not a fan of lists you have to self-submit to be included.
#46 "Grown-Up Travel Guide", has no Twitter or Google+ subscribe methods. I already follow most, but picked up an additional 6-8. If they have no avenue to "Follow" or "Subscribe", how can they grow their membership?
Thanks Matt! I appreciate your work on this. I think it does matter and I giving myself a little pat on the back for being here in great company:)
Thanks for pointing this out (and sorry I didn't see your comment here until now). You are right, for some reason these options have disappeared from the page and I will now add them again.
Looks like they use Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/grownuptravel/, they have an RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Grown-upTravelGuidecom and they have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/grownuptravelguide?sk=wall, though I agree, it does seem like Twitter is basically necessary these days if you want to keep growing.