A number of readers have asked for an update on my Technorati issues outlined in the previous post so here is a quick one: Interestingly enough I have heard from Technorati over the past couple of weeks.My email to them asking for more information on advertising with them was responded to within 24 hours.The only beef I would have with Technorati is that a lot of the results returned can be spammy at times; they need to clean this up so all the results are quality.
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Unfortunately the response came only from readers of this blog and not from Technorati themselves.
Of course as they don’t seem to be indexing this blog I can understand this as my post will not have come up in their own watch lists for their name.
At the time of this writing, Technorati was tracking over 22 million sites and over a billion links, a mind-boggling amount.
Searching for blogs on Technorati is thankfully a very easy task.
Obviously, the big advantage of this is you have more people looking at your blog.
However, my opinion is that this is not absolutely necessary - for example, my personal blogs were all in there without me doing one thing.
Technorati has a Popular list of what's getting the most buzz on the Web; it's interesting to come and see what people are searching for here.
News, books, movies, and blogs are the main categories in What's Popular.
New features appear on Technorati every week or so which make it better – but I can’t help but wonder whether it might be time to work on some of the basics a little more instead of producing new features that it seems many of us don’t feature in because the basics of indexing blogs is just not happening.