Best Web 2.0 Blog of 2006 : TechCrunch

TechCrunch Wins!

Not much of a surprise here but as a semi-bonus question in the Search Blogs Awards we asked readers to nominate and rank their favorite Web 2.0 oriented blogs. Reason why?

About 80% of what goes on within these blogs is search related. And the majority focus of these blogs is on social media and networking tools.

Search and social are merging right now on the fast track and expect these blogs and their authors to get even more popular in the search marketing circles, conferences, and discussions.

TechCrunch 3.64
ReadWrite Web 3.23
Somewhat Frank 3.03
Mashable 3.02
CenterNetworks 2.86

Loren Baker
Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
Loren Baker

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9 thoughts on “Best Web 2.0 Blog of 2006 : TechCrunch

  1. Oh yeah dude! you are the best SEO guy ever! Use “Techcrunch”, get on the Digg front page, bring in a lot of traffic, spark a few comments on “who the heck are they”,get blogged by jerks, bring in links, get on the front page of google.
    Very well done.
    Thanks to the jerks at DIGG.
    [oh! and if possible, TechCrunch would write, ‘you guys are sick’..more discussion follows…more bloggers talking..whoa! thats another story]

  2. Techcruch ius good for latest Web 2.0 startup Info. Mashable and Readwriteweb carry better analysis. Valleywag has the best point of view and asks good questions. Techcrunch does ask many question- just like Google, it is good on the volume side.

    Techcrunch may be a favorite but Michale Arrington treads a grey line on blogging ethics.

    Mediavidea has a realted story Arrington’s latest error