August ’21 – NZ blogs sitemeter ranking

Sadly, this will be my last post of NZ blog rankings.

I have been doing this for quite a while and it will be sad to let it go. Many might say that blogs are no longer as important as they were some years back. Other forms of social media have taken over.

I think that argument has some validity but that is not the reason for my decision to pack it in. The real problem is my health. A had a minor stroke a year ago and have since found writing, and computer use, very difficult. This sort of activity is quite frustrating for me (I tend to end up swearing a lot) and it’s not helped by the way software nerds update things, forcing me to undergo the extra frustrations of learning new tricks simply to do the old things in the ways which were more comfortable.

Hopefully giving up a few jobs like this will remove some of the unhealthy frustrations. I hope to attempt other writing on my blog (it’s supposed to be good for me) but we will see. 

I anyone else is interested in carrying on this regular blog ranking please feel free to do so.


 

Here are the rankings of New Zealand blogs with publicly available statistics for July 2021. Ranking is by visit numbers. I have listed the blogs in the table below, together with monthly visits and page view numbers.

You can see data for previous months at Blog Ranks

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Rank Blog Visits/month Page Views/month

1

The Daily Blog

66517

393825

2

Liturgy

23356

29939

3

13th Floor

16755

18458

4

Tikorangi: The Jury Garden

13576

15170

5

SciBlogs

9996

19862

6

Cycling in Christchurch

9842

10737

7

Homepaddock

8571

9413

8

Bill Bennett

8390

9017

9

Sacraparental

7069

8101

10

Creative Maths

5595

6775

11

Offsetting behaviour

4290

4873

12

Woodleigh Nursery

3738

6527

13

Free range statistics

3535

5073

14

Music of sound

3387

4592

15

The Meaning of Trees

2151

3372

16

Lost in silver fern

1962

3152

17

Jontynz

1759

2229

18

Nom Nom Panda

1660

1768

19

Sarah the Gardener

1429

1932

20

Fields of Blood

1327

1575

21

Anglican down under

1238

1619

22

Talking Auckland

1212

1382

23

No Minister

1058

1159

24

The Global Couple

1053

1160

25

Reading the maps

1041

1457

26

Open Parachute

1007

1132

27

The Woolshed Wargamer

968

2007

28

Pdubyah – a life just as ordinary

765

923

29

Muffin-Mum

738

783

30

TVHE

706

4354

31

A communist at large

675

751

32

Rodney’s Aviation Ramblings

591

684

33

Hot Topic

498

550

34

Home education Foundation

461

570

35

AmeriNZ

447

643

36

Economics New Zealand

413

495

37

Tales from a Caffeinated Weka

397

420

38

Off the couch

365

472

39

Quote Unquote

308

324

40

Perissodactyla

297

320

41

Stratford Aerodrome

278

363

42

Vomkrieg

276

383

43

Climate Justice Taranaki

246

326

44

Mountains of Our Minds#

241

310

45

Aughts and Oughtisms

236

362

46

Kiwi Cakes

233

262

47

Communication, Church, Society

225

289

48

Mrs Cake

223

287

49

Sparrowhawk/Karearea

211

238

50

AnneKcam

182

236

51

Eye on the ICR

175

214

52

Tauranga Blog

174

174

53

Social Media & the 2014 Election

149

171

53

Creative Voice#

149

219

55

New Zealand Conservative

146

151

56

Aotearoa: A wider perspective

128

137

57

Media Sport and Other Rantings

125

129

58

Cambridge NZ

109

121

59

Room 5 @ Melville Intermediate School

96

151

60

John Macilree’s Weblog#

81

94

61

Save our Schools NZ

80

84

62

Cut your hair

77

79

63

Glennis’s Blog Page#

75

133

64

kiwi simplexity

73

73

64

Anne Free Spirit

73

113

66

The Catalyst

71

114

67

Room One @ Auroa School

68

82

68

goNZo Freakpower Brains Trust

65

65

69

Exile in New zealand

61

63

69

Get Out Gertrude!

61

62

71

Put ’em all on an island

50

56

72

Keeping Stock

45

47

73

University of Otago, Law Library Blog

44

53

74

James McKerrow – Surveyor 1834-1919#

41

46

75

Ideologically impure

39

48

76

Undeniably Atheist

35

38

77

My thinks

34

34

78

The Official Ebenezer Teichelmann Blog#

32

39

79

Unity Blog

30

37

80

MartinIsti Blog

27

29

81

John Macilree’s Blog

26

29

81

ElephaNZa

26

26

81

Quietly in the backgroud

26

29

84

Glenview 9

24

24

84

bread and pomegranates

24

43

86

Journey to a mini me

23

28

87

Dad4justice

21

27

87

Family integrity

21

21

87

Wokarella

21

25

90

Software development and stuff

19

19

90

Nelsonian’s life

19

25

92

Right Reason

18

18

93

Samuel Dennis

17

18

94

Room 24, 2012

16

16

95

In the back of the net

15

15

95

SmallTorque

15

16

97

The Well read Kitty

12

12

97

Look, Think, Make

12

12

99

sticK

11

11

99

Wellington Chic

11

11

99

Chris Jillet – Mountaineer#

11

14

102

Taradale Blog#

10

11

103

New Zealand Indian Fine Arts Society

9

9

103

ah! New Year’s Resolution

9

9

103

Blogger at Large

9

9

106

Carolyn’s blog

7

8

106

New Zealand female Firefighter calendar

7

7

108

Socialist Aotearoa

6

6

108

Warrington Taylor#

6

6

110

Albom Adventures

5

5

110

Misses Mac

5

5

112

Episto

4

4

112

kiwiincanberra

4

4

112

Sharlene says

4

4

112

Fun with Allergy Kids

4

4

116

Helen Heath

2

2

116

Lulastic

2

2

116

Lena talks beauty

2

2

116

Money can buy me happiness

2

4

116

Utopia – you are standing in it

2

2

116

Einstein Music Journal

2

2

122

The IT Countrey Justice

1

1

122

High voltage learning during the Christchurch earthquakes

1

1

122

Brennan McDonald

1

1

122

The Little Waaagh! That Could

1

1

122

Four seasons in one

1

1

122

Spratts

1

1

122

Snowrii

1

1

4 responses to “August ’21 – NZ blogs sitemeter ranking

  1. Thanks for all your work Ken So sorry to hear about your health issues I really appreciated your blogs about current affairs and world news, and your takedowns of the anti fluoride brigade All the very best Reen McMillan

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  2. Sorry to hear about your health, Ken.
    Certainly understand about (unnecessary) changes to technology that make what used to be possible, impossible, and what was easy, difficult.
    You are right – blogs have become less important, but I think still have a place.
    Thanks for your work on this.
    All the best
    Bosco
    http://www.liturgy.co.nz

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  3. Ken I have always anticipated and enjoyed this endeavor. I wish you well in your retirement and recovery and thank you for every month and every year that you’ve put into it. Warmest and Best regards. Philip

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  4. Many thanks for the stellar service you have provided. I have appreciated it very much. All the best, Abbie (Tikorangi: the Jury Garden).

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