Here are the world's most popular ad blogs, as measured by traffic rankings from Alexa.

Top 25 Ad Blogs (world
1     (1)AdRants31,092
2     (2)Advertising/Design Goodness  52,635
3     (3)Duncan's TV Ad Land53,843
4     (4)Adverblog65,784
5     (5)AdFreak73,782
6     (6)Adverbox80,122
7     (8)Adland121,661
8     (7)Copyranter125,789
9     (9)Logic + Emotion134,236
10   (11)Coloribus152,257
11   (12)AdPulp174,419
12   (10)Ad Punch184,340
13   (13)Experience Curve229,807
14   (14)Jaffe Juice255,709
15   (15)Twenty Four274,722
16   (16)Agency Spy314,086
17   (17)AdScam397,186
18   (18)Behind The Buzz430,133
19   (24)Adliterate438,290
20   (19)BrandFlakes for Breakfast485,944
21   (22)How Advertising Spoiled Me540,900
22   (25)Welcome To Optimism    551,604
23   (re-)American Copywriter562,615
24   (21)Hee-Haw Marketing562,850
25   (re-)Make The Logo Bigger575,893

Somewhat moribund this month. Like the American pop charts always seem to be.

An ↑ means a blog's traffic has gone up by 15% or more in the past month, and a ↓ means it's gone down 15%.

Top 10 UK Ad Blogs (world
1   (1)Adliterate438,290
2   (2)Welcome To Optimism    551,604
3   (3)Crackunit579,105
4   (4)Scamp692,621
5   (5)Faris772,867
6   (6)Northern Planner1.2m
7   (7)Only Dead Fish1.3m
8   (re-)Fish N Chimps1.4m
9   (9)TV's Worst Adverts1.5m
10 (10)Life Moves Pretty Fast1.6m

And an almost implausibly static UK chart. Were it not for the mysterious re-entry of Fish N Chimps, it would be completely unchanged.

UK means UK-based. Ad blog means ad blogs not marketing blogs, so that excludes Gapingvoid. Although Paul Colman is now a planner at W&K, and even smiling apparently, he doesn't class Life In The Middle as an ad blog and Russell Davies no longer blogs about advertising. He does write about it in Campaign though. Great column. Also, I'm only counting English language blogs.

If I've missed anyone out, please tell me and I'll put them in next month.