Jonny Bentwood authors the site Technobabble 2.0, with the intent to showcase where industry analyst relations, technology and social media has got it right. The blog features helpful and insightful commentary directed at industry analyst and public relations professionals. This site also produces a ranking of the top industry analyst blogs which was updated at the end of November. The overall rating system is quite methodical and is listed in the explanation of the rankings. Ranking combines quantitative factors such as Google PageRank, Yahoo and Google Inbound Links, Google Reader Subscribers and Twitter links Qualitative factors include amount of influence on technology selection, volume and quality of postings, all of which combined add to an overall ranking total score.
I was very pleased to note that Supply Chain Matters was ranked Number 79 in this recent ranking qualifying as one of the Top 100 of Analyst Blogs. I am especially thrilled since this site represents one of very few independent analyst blogs represented in the overall ranking. I was also pleased to note that our ranking surpassed some other higher publicized supply chain industry analyst blogs, including some stemming from AMR Research and Gartner.
I sincerely want to thank Jonny and his team for both their very comprehensive ranking, as well as the opportunity to be ranked in the Top100. The goal of this site has been, since its inception, not to serve solely as an industry analyst blog, but rather a broad forum of commentary on all matters related to global supply chains. We are very grateful for this recognition.
We look forward to further supply chain commentary in 2010, and perhaps moving-up to the Top 50.
Congrats! I look forward to continue reading your blog in 2010.
By the way, late last year I changed the name of my blog to Cross Border Journal from Asia Logistics Wrap to better reflect the range of topics I cover. If you could change the link to my site to reflect the new name, I would greatly appreciate it.
Congrats on making the list, and making it so well. Not on there, I guess I’m not analyst enough by Bentwood’s standards, but anyway, there’s a list of great blogs I perhaps should take the time to read every once in a while. Thanks for the link.
Brentwood’s focus tends to be the Analyst and Public Relations communities, and that appears to be the criteria of blogs that were ranked.