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Tuesday, Apr. 10, 2007 at 8:44 am

2,900 Blogs You Should Read Now

By Jeffrey Eisenberg
April 10th, 2007

Blog Buzz on WebmasterRadio.fmRelax, you don’t have to read them all right now… We’ve made it easier than that. It shouldn’t take more than a few minutes a day to stay current with blog posts worth reading.

Maybe you haven’t noticed but we’re now monitoring over 2,900 blogs at Today’s Blog Buzz. The feed updates hourly, with the “Best of the Week” & “Best of the Month” available on the right-hand column. A Day in the Life… brings you top stories from influential blogs on marketing, advertising, web analytics, search engine marketing, worth-of-mouth, and social media (click to subscribe to RSS).

Soon, we’ll be commenting actively on many of these posts in addition to our normal blogging activity. (If you’d like to know more about how we’ve distilled so many blogs into a reader-friendly format, check out’s interview with Bryan Eisenberg.)

For a rundown of the day’s top stories, subscribe to our daily Blog Buzz podcast from or get Blog Buzz on iTunes.

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Comments (4)

  1. I like this feature. I’ll be coming back again and again — or subscribing to the feed.

  2. 2,900 blogs — that’s all you could find? ;-)

    Reminds me of that NYT article on the lack of time that you posted before…

  3. [...] you know, we're monitoring over 3,000 interactive marketing blogs now–hence the Blog Buzz link on our site–and want to be sure we have the ones that [...]

  4. Don’t you think that 2900 is really a very very long list and no one will be much interested in considering them unless they are dofollow.

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Jeffrey Eisenberg, founder of FutureNow, is a professional marketing speaker and the co-author of New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling books Call to Action and Waiting For Your Cat to Bark. You can friend him on Facebook.

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