Web-Marketing Magazine 

Search Engine Watch
09 .03.05 A Cool Blog Discovery Tool

There's a lot of great content out there on those millions of blogs, but finding the good ones related to your own interests can be a challenge. A set of tools from Blogstreet can help.

Finding good blog content can be a challenge. One way is to explore the "blogrolling" links that many bloggers create to other blogs. But you're never really sure if someone has linked to another blog because they like the blog, or out of obligation or some other reason.

Another approach is to use one a blog search engines, such as Daypop, Bloglines, Technorati, Feedster and many others (see Peter Scott's excellent Weblogs Compendium for links).

While these blog search engines all have useful features, they tend to focus on features like keyword search, popularity and other measures that determine the importance or prominence of a blog. They work well for finding individual blog postings on a particular topic, but have a harder time pinpointing a particular author that writes regularly on topics of interest to you.


Outbound essays / articles

. The Right Time for Research: The Beginning. A pro-usability article.
. An article on the infamous demise of boo.com and the impact of the innovative design on success

Visit also
E-Commerce Times
Bohman Usability
The Usability Company
Red Herring
E-Business Research Center







Creative Commons License
Except otherwise specified the contents of this website are released under the Creative Commons license.