And my ranking is . . . (Biblioblog Top 50 for October 2009)

This month saw some upward mobility again . . . to # 39, up 7 places from #46 last month.  Truth be told, I am simply relieved not to have fallen out of the top 50, given that my blogging time has been at a premium as I continue to write the dissertation to finish–which I will, and my advisor Bill Bellinger agrees–by the Spring 2010 semester.

So my thanks again, readers, for your time, energies, and thoughtfulness.  Keep commenting!

Onward and DOWNward? My Ranking Is . . . (Biblioblog Top 50: September 2009)

The rankings are up.  I dipped from being at 19 (though they say 20, I am fairly certain I was at 19 last month) to 46.  A big drop!  As I commented there, this may be the first month I will truly express serious doubt at the Alexa ratings.  The last few days have been successful in matters of blog traffic; it confuses me then that my ranking went quickly from being in the 700,000’s to the 900,000’s.  Very odd.  But, in the end, I am not going to gripe.  This is all in fun.  I’m just registering my puzzlement.

Here’s to October!  Onward . . . . AND UPWARD!!

Keep reading!

Shalom!

And My Ranking Is . . . . (Biblioblog Top 50 for July 2009)

You may remember that last month I was the 33rd most read biblioblog out of nearly 500 for the month.  Well, I am pleased to report that this month I am up 10 places to . . . . (drumroll) . . . . NUMBER 23!  My thanks, again, to all my readers. 

Special mention also goes out to three big ‘movers and shakers’ for the month (not to mention blogs I read and enjoy daily)

*Brandon Wason – up 112 places to number 20

*Rob Kashow – up 86 places to number 25

*Mike Whitenton – up 35 places to number 11

Well done, guys!  I don’t know that I will be able to overtake Mikey again, but such is life.