Beta Rating of Armenian Live Journals

Uzogh has been working on creating an Armenian rating system for blogs, making use of the already existing Yandex.ru rating system for LiveJournal. The table I am publishing below has been derived from Uzogh‘s second beta test of the service. Although this rating system does not include any Armenian blogs outside the LiveJournal blogging community, the results are already very intersting, especially if we concider the fact, that the most active Armenian blogosphere is undoubtedly currently based in LiveJournal, where we do have very many interesting blogs which attract the highest number of readers. I have only added links to the top 10 blogs. For the rest, just use the name you see and add .livejournal.com. For example, if you want to see angry-root’s livejournal (which is my LiveJournal blog) , use http://angry-root.livejournal.com to see the blog it represents. Good job so far, Uzogh, waiting for further improvements.

# The Place in Yandex Rating
1 irukan 389
2 kornelij 562
3 ahousekeeper 575
4 pigh 1845
5 comte-de-varand 2067
6 ogostos 2205
7 apmeh 2717
8 lesgustoy 2720
9 markgrigorian 3644
10 saramarabu 4045
END OF TOP TEN

 

11 gianluigi 4065
12 uzogh 4348
13 david-sand 4477
14 aerial-vortex 4542
15 tackom 4773
16 mkdotam 4844
17 bekaisa 5363
18 angel-xiligan 6353
19 hayk 7266
20 dmboshka 7405
21 starjemm 7685
22 freedomfight777 10495
23 avetik 11107
24 bigsauron 11412
25 pentangelli 11655
26 lchak 12466
27 anaid1708 14321
28 517design 14405
29 dabavog 18362
30 avitya 19326
31 narjan 23844
32 shabunc 26501
33 zubian 28528
34 yurbal 31888
35 xelgen 33807
36 nm-work 36315
37 arsens 38260
38 mymrochka 40424
39 aramx 41276
40 radio-active-fm 41504
41 taragir 45428
42 hovulik 45634
43 jpit 46490
44 amatuni 53508
45 kyankik 53674
46 silaretal 54843
47 rene7 57251
48 alkhimik 57949
49 iamtankist 59673
50 menaria 61423
51 alice-lice 61721
52 mousheghian 63117
53 araksi 65116
54 smartina 66712
55 ojg 67924
56 angeghea 70659
57 ston-e 71759
58 __wolf__ 74416
59 aovin 75225
60 alefalef 75878
61 aramazd 76563
62 partizhanka 76955
63 armpsycho 77238
64 rubywedge 77651
65 amorik 78506
66 vedmed-grizli 80397
67 gost-474-90 81292
68 muradian 83472
69 gooke 83958
70 soleariya 85785
71 petrucchio 87161
72 ablertus 88112
73 yaloona 89566
74 fourth-4 90544
75 nunufar 95231
76 totemik 101557
77 javahir 109042
78 xiaolun 109539
79 angry-root 110421
80 orientalian 111762
81 unidiana 117031
82 shengavit 126565
83 levon-grigoryan 128142
84 lendrosh 130816
85 uzundarya 135746
86 hackstuff 136105
87 akunamatata-ser 136778
88 arth-gwyr 141611
89 norayr 148422
90 _tig 152885
91 _foreverchild 153896
92 zloyan 156999
93 gaizin 158128
94 nixonjan 1
67569
95 teaktak 169747
96 aserg-vitaeviv 172436
97 texneg 174136
98 jeziza 175312
99 aguzumtsyan 178774
100 andrej1804 182766
101 ara55 185542
102 epiloque 187368
103 anahit-min 196674
104 artpet 198815
105 astartha 201564
106 anestacia 202989
107 d-grig 205226
108 vana-lich 241374
109 freeziek 261415
110 boyov 281153
111 qematagh 289976
112 reporter-arm 297902
113 vordan-karmir 328766
114 art-green 382334
115 abulik 382456
116 athanatoi 428157
117 zokhaik 553805
118 chokoc 563120
119 arpik 1E+10
120 vzvz 1E+10
121 dmitry-mo 1E+10
122 thur-kecakin 1E+10
123 gangur 1E+10
124 kara-t 1E+10
125 tatevuk 1E+10
126 arzuni 1E+10
127 4apple 1E+10
128 hreg 1E+10

4 thoughts on “Beta Rating of Armenian Live Journals

  1. Reply
    Nanul - 16.10.2007

    LiveJournal’s design and functionality is so yesterday. The design is just awful – nothing reminding Web 2.0.

  2. Reply
    Observer - 16.10.2007

    Nanul – I’m sorry your comment got deleted the last time 🙁 Thanx for restoring it here.
    And I agree with you – LiveJournal is horrible – but the fact is, it accomodates the largest community of Armenian bloggers, so we have to give it all the attention it deserves.

  3. Reply
    Karen Vrtanesyan - 24.10.2007

    BTW, check http://miacum.ru/gazeta for a similar service.

  4. Reply
    Observer - 24.10.2007

    Karen – do you know who is doing the selections of blog posts for ArmLenta there? I hadn’t paid much attention to it formerly, and today, after taking a look, I find it very interesting and useful for me – as a blog-reviewer, in the first place.
    I’d also love to know, if they’re planning to launch a translation type of something – it would be great to have translations of at least most interesting posts into English or Armenian.

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