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A unique tool created by Edelman to measure a blog’s importance. Each blog is rated out of 100 – in other words, the higher the score.There are four result metrics:
  • Influence – the blog is interesting and many people read it. This is the primary ranking metric.
  • Popularity – how many people read the blog.
  • Engagement – the blog does not purely broadcast but creates and engages in conversation.
  • Trust – people have confidence in what is written.
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Top Blogs by Influence
 Blog TitleInfluencePopularityEngagementTrust 
1 CNN.com - Top Stories 100.096.2100.099.3 100.0
2 Engadget RSS Feed 98.196.997.497.3 98.1
3 WordPress.com News 96.896.591.895.7 96.8
4 Massachusetts Medica... 96.796.297.497.2 96.7
5 Mashable 96.195.795.295.7 96.1
6 The New York Times -... 96.191.894.091.0 96.1
7 TechCrunch 95.794.693.394.0 95.7
8 Gizmodo 94.691.891.891.8 94.6
9 Business and financi... 94.693.391.893.3 94.6
10 Apple Hot News 94.693.391.091.8 94.6
11 Breaking Apple News,... 94.091.892.693.3 94.0
12 TechCrunch 94.091.892.692.6 94.0
13 White House.gov Pres... 93.392.682.890.2 93.3
14 Fast Company 93.392.691.893.3 93.3
15 wired.com 93.386.691.887.5 93.3
16 The Next Web 93.392.690.292.6 93.3
17 Compromise, design a... 92.691.895.293.3 92.6
18 Latest Items from Tr... 91.893.386.691.8 91.8
19 Search Engine Land: ... 91.890.288.490.2 91.8
20 Paul Krugman 91.088.490.288.4 91.0
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