RealRank, the new blog ranking system on the block

Home based business entrepreneurs and online money makers working from home who have their very own blogs to support their existing online businesses and are looking for a fresh new way to judge the performance and marketability of their blogs should find this very interesting indeed.

You folks should know that we have new blog ranking system in the online world today other than those normal ones provided by Google, Technorati and Alexa. The new blog ranking system is known as RealRank specially brought to you by IZEARanks Dot Com. Those who are fond of using PayPerPost to make some money through paid blogging and finding friends online through SocialSpark should know what IZEA is all about. As matter of fact, IZEA is also the parent company for IZEARanks Dot Com.

Let me briefly describe to you folks how RealRank works. RealRank weighs blogs 70% on daily unique visitors, 20% by daily active inbound links and 10% by daily page views. As you can see, it is totally different than Google Page Rank’s, Technorati’s and Alexa’s ranking systems. Personally, I think that IZEARanks Dot Com might have something good here. I’m not too comfortable with the fact that 70% of RealRank will be based upon daily unique visitors. This would mean that blogs with high traffic could easily top the ranking list leaving quality blogs with lesser traffic at the bottom list.

If you want to see your blog ranks in a different perspective, perhaps you should give RealRank a try over at IZEARanks Dot Com. Good luck!

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