The Top 50 Travel Blogs (4th Quarter: 2012)
Published on February 04, 2013
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Matt, Thanks for the great list. I read one of your books and am ready for another one! Loved David Farley's piece. Lisa
It would be good to get a range of how many visitors they are getting. Are we talking 1000's, 10,000's, 100,000's for the quarter? Also, is a site like Gadling not considered a blog? Maybe I missed it but I did not see how you defined travel blog? What about sites that are about one place for travelers? Or are these strictly people that write about travel experiences? Thanks for this list.
Good list with some familiar names and some new discoveries for me. I regularly read- My Yatra diary Congrats Arti
It's a wonderful feeling and a huge honor to see my blog up there with the best. Thanks for putting up the list Matt! :)
While I've promised not to give any hard numbers out (including ranges), I do agree that I could be clearer about what a "travel blog" is. I have basically included any site that does travel narratives/news, and have only excluded primarily booking/travel planning sites whose narrative/editorial focus is not primary.
So in other words, Gadling would be included if they wanted to submit their numbers to me (although I doubt AOL would do that), and I would not include CheapoAir or Expedia's travel blog, but I do include all travel blogs, online travel magazines, and travel photoblogs. It seems slightly subjective, but I'm trying to be as open as possible without watering down the list too much.