Even if you’re not into blog rankings, Wikio.com’s ranked list includes links to many solid sites. This blog rose a bit in the rankings in the past month. We’re pleased to be included in a list of so many quality blogs.
|2||Kevin, M.D. – Medical Weblog|
|5||The Health Care Blog|
|7||John Goodman’s Health Policy Blog|
|8||In the Pipeline|
|9||Age of Autism|
|14||The Covert Rationing Blog|
|15||Gary Schwitzer’s HealthNewsReview Blog|
|17||Health Business Blog|
|18||Running a hospital|
|22||The Last Psychiatrist|
|23||The Carlat Psychiatry Blog|
|24||Health Care Renewal|
|25||The Medical Quack|
|26||The Happy Hospitalist|
Wikio’s fine print on how ratings are compiled:
The position of a blog in the Wikio ranking depends on the number and weight of the incoming links from other blogs. Our algorithm accords a greater value to links from blogs placed higher up in the ranking.
A blog linking another blog is only counted once a month i.e. if blog A links to blog B 10 times in a given month, it is only counted as having linked to that blog once that month. The weight of any link decreases over time. Also, if a blog always links to the same blog, the weight of these links is decreased.
Only links found in RSS feeds are counted. Blogrolls are not taken into account.
In December 2010, retweets were added as an additional factor to the ranking algorithm. For each twitter account, only one backlink per blog is taken into account each month.
Our rankings are updated on a monthly basis and also include Top Blogs for several categories: Technology, Politics, etc. New categories will be added on a regular basis.