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The Top 50 Triberr Blogs of 2014

1 300x230In November of 2014, on what was then my WP Subs blog, I announced a Triberr Top 50 blog contest. Bloggers were to be nominated, voted on, reviewed for authority and social engagement, then the Top 10 were to be ranked by our judges – Gini Dietrich, Ana Hoffman, and Marcus Sheridan. The results were to be revealed in early 2015.

Delays due to busy judges, a major brand consolidation that brought me from 3 websites and 2 blogs, down to 1 website and 1 blog, and troubles with our badges, completely derailed the announcement schedule. However, I’m proud to finally announce the Top 50 Triberr blogs of 2014!

Those of you that are part of Triberr know what an amazingly talented and supportive community of bloggers it is. Thanks to all who participated in helping to identify and acknowledge the top members of our community, and congratulations to those 50.

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1. Mark Schaefer
2. Ian Cleary
3. Sarah Arrow
4. Michael Brenner
5. Pam Moore
6. Neal Schaffer
7. Rebekah Radice
8. Shelly Kramer
9. Brooke Ballard
10. Michael Kitces

11-25

11. Mandy Kloppers
12. Ileane Smith
13. Carol Lynn Rivera
14. Daniel Newman
15. Mandy Edwards
16. Ryan Biddulph
17. Harleena Singh
18. Dorien Morin van Dam
19. Jessica Ann
20. Alisa Meredith
21. Stacey Corrin
22. Ian Anderson Gray
23. Meghan M. Biro
24. Adrienne Smith
25. Mike Allton

26-50

26. Jim Dougherty
27. Adam Connell
28. Randy Bowden
29. Ted Rubin
30. Kathi Kruse
31. Jennifer G. Hanford
32. Steven Hughes
33. Ashley Faulkes
34. Bryan Kramer
35. Ken Mueller
36. Laura Candler
37. Reginald Chan
38. Donna Merrill
39. Jens-Petter Berget
40. Melissa Stewart
41. Craig McBreen
42. Lilach Bullock
43. Lisa Gerber
44. Matt Crawford
45. Pamela Morse
46. Paul Shapiro
47. Shelley Pringle
48. Tim Bonner
49. Steve Farmsworth
50. Brittany Bullen

The Top 50 will be listed on my website, will receive website badges and an will be invited to join the Triberr Top 50 tribe. I’ll contact winners through Twitter and Triberr with more information.

A special thanks to Dino Dogan and Dan Cristo for all of their work in building Triberr and their support of this project, and to our judges for lending their time and expertise to the contest.

The Triberr Top 100 of 2015

I hope to make this a yearly event and plan to start the process again in November of 2015. Having gone through the process once, there are changes that I’m considering making, but would welcome and appreciate feedback and suggestions from the Triberr community.

  • I think there are enough Triberr members that it could easily be a Top 100 rather than 50
  • maybe future rankings should only reflect the community vote? No judges or technical scores?
  • reveal results in January of 2016

What other suggestions do you have to identify the Top 100, get the word out to more community members, or increase participation?

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Triberr Top 50: Vote for your Favorite Bloggers!

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What makes a great Triberr blogger? Is content by itself enough or do you consider their willingness to share, engage, and support their tribemates? What about posting regularity – do they publish too infrequently, or too often? It’s up to you to decide – nominations are in! It’s now time to vote for your favorite Triberr bloggers!

There are a total of 93 nominations, so we’ve adjusted and made this a list of the Triberr Top 50 – we’ll try for a Top 100 next year 🙂 You can vote for as many of the nominated bloggers as you wish, but please only vote once for any given blogger.

Voting will be open through Sunday, November 30th, at which point our Top 25 will be filtered and ranked according to their Domain Authority (as measured by Moz) and Klout scores, with the Top 10 moving on to the final round of judging by our panel of content experts: Gini Dietrich, Marcus Sheridan, and Ana Hoffman.

Note to Bloggers: We will  never display your total vote count or exact finishing order (unless you are in the Top 10).

Following is a list of the nominated bloggers in random order (this order will change each time its opened).

Voting is Closed

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Vote for the 2014 Triberr Top 50 Blogs

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What makes a great Triberr blogger? Is content by itself enough or do you consider their willingness to share, engage, and support their tribemates? What about posting regularity – do they publish too infrequently, or too often? It’s up to you to decide – nominations are in! It’s now time to vote for your favorite Triberr bloggers!

There are a total of 93 nominations, so we’ve adjusted and made this a list of the Triberr Top 50 – we’ll try for a Top 100 next year :-) You can vote for as many of the nominated bloggers as you wish, but please only vote once for any given blogger.

Voting will be open through Sunday, November 30th, at which point our Top 25 will be filtered and ranked according to their Domain Authority (as measured by Moz) and Klout scores, with the Top 10 moving on to the final round of judging by our panel of content experts: Gini Dietrich, Marcus Sheridan, and Ana Hoffman.

Note to Bloggers: We will  never display your total vote count or exact finishing order (unless you are in the Top 10).

Vote for the 2014 Triber Top 50 Bloggers

 

 

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