Here are the world's most popular ad blogs, as measured by traffic rankings from Alexa.
|Top 25 Ad Blogs||(world|
|1 (1)||Ads Of The World||12,255||↓|
|3 (5)||The Inspiration Room Daily||44,725||↑|
|7 (8)||Advertising/Design Goodness||60,487|
|8 (new)||Scary Ideas||63,258|
|13 (12)||Logic + Emotion||84,374|
|15 (13)||Ad Forum||107,323|
|17 (16)||Best Ads On TV||197,942|
|18 (17)||Jaffe Juice||218,359|
|21 (18)||Campaign Brief||249,893|
|23 (new)||The Denver Egotist||275,747|
|24 (24)||Only Dead Fish||287,856||↑|
In for the first time this quarter is Scary Ideas, a well-put-together selection of the 'latest cool shit' from the worlds of advertising and design.
New at 23 is The Denver Egotist a sparky ad blog reporting directly from the state where the Crispin Porter creativity department is now based.
The ‘Ranter is a re-entry at No. 25 - he's the world's leading barbecuer of bad ads.
|Top 10 UK Ad Blogs||(world|
|3 (3)||Only Dead Fish||287,856||↑|
|4 (7)||Interactive Marketing Trends||365,570||↑|
|6 (5)||Spinning Around||449,877|
|7 (4)||Welcome To Optimism||527,022|
|8 (re-)||If This Is A Blog Then What’s Christmas||583,219|
|9 (10)||TV's Worst Adverts||599,880||↑|
Re-entering the UK chart is my friend Ben Kay’s blog If This Is A Blog Then What’s Christmas. If you read Scamp then you should read Ben, as his blog is basically similar to mine, but a bit better.
For those new to this quarterly-published chart, I might just re-cap that it’s drawn from the rankings of web metrics company Alexa, who measure visits by users who have the Alexa toolbar installed. Since that means mostly bloggers and techies, the chart is somewhat biased towards blogs which are popular with other bloggers, or tech-heads.
Some people say the chart is extremely boring, others say it helps them discover new blogs to read. I just like charts. I also like maps, and statistics. Come on, there are worse hobbies to have, aren’t there? Some people collect turtles.
An ↑ means a blog's traffic has gone up by 15% or more in the last quarter, and a ↓ means it's gone down 15%.
UK means UK-based. Ad blog means ad blogs not marketing or PR blogs. I would love to be able to include Dave Trott’s brilliant blog, but there isn’t a way to count its visitors separately from those visiting the website of Dave’s agency, CST.
I'm only counting English language blogs.
If I've missed anyone out who should be here, please tell me and I'll put them in next time.