Top 50 Philippine blogs (July 2008)

Here it is! The July 2008 update of the list of Top Philippine Blogs which we have been tracking for four months now.

The rankings are primarily based on‘s 3-month traffic rank.

In an attempt to rank only “quality” sites starting this month’s update, blogs that somewhat border on pornography have been removed.

There were eight new blogs in the list, namely, (#21), (#24), (#43), (#45), (#47), (#48), (#49), and (#50).

The highest jumpers this month are three blogs — (#18), (#29), and (#33) — increasing rank by 10 spots. is this month’s top decliner, dropping by 10 places.

The complete list of the Top 50 Pinoy blogs below.

Top 50 Philippine Blogs, ranked by Alexa’s 3-month traffic rank
(Click on the headings to sort the list based on their rankings.)


The Philippines’ Top 50 Pinoy Blogs


Top 7 Gainers

  1. : +10 places
  2. : +10
  3. : +10
  4. : +7
  5. : +7
  6. : +5
  7. : +5

Top 7 Decliners

  1. : -10 places
  2. : -7
  3. : -7
  4. : -7
  5. : -7
  6. : -4
  7. : -3

Again, if there are blogs we failed to include, let us know by posting a comment below or by sending us an email.

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20 thoughts on “Top 50 Philippine blogs (July 2008)”

  1. wahhh!!!! bat andito ako??? hahaha. Thanks talaga sir. di ko akalain na Top 43 ako. Wow naman! what a great feeling… Ang saya. Ang saya saya talaga. hehe. Parang kahapon lang ang lungkot ko kasi bumaba na masyado earnings ko. pero nabawi ko ngayon. saya talaga!

  2. I wonder how the blog owners of those fleshy sites felt about their exclusion. Anyway, congrats to all the blogs included in the top 50 specially to those I know and regularly follow. Mga idol po kayo. πŸ˜€

  3. REALLY? ME, FruityOaty… #50 Breakout!? LOL, that’s really funny to me because I’ve been away from blogging (a welcome hiatus that I don’t really want to end) for approximately over 3.5 months now. I’ve only blogged twice in 2008.

    And what’s even funnier is that the rank listed in the table is “184,121”… and today it improved… even better now at 169,470, hahaha. LOL, so the longer I stay away, the more it improves? HUH? Eh, I think the only plausible explanation is the “Entrecard effect”. Probably “hit-and-run” traffic… which means really nothing… like a fake Rolex. πŸ˜›

  4. My comment last June 24 was: Dapat disqualified ang porn blogs, ung sexy lang ang pwede. hehehe

    Sabi ko porn blogs lang ang i-disqualify, bakit pati ung mga hindi naman porn at sexy lang e tinanggal din.

    I agree with the exclusion of FleshAsiaDaily (#6 in June) and PinoyScandalBlog (#7 in June) because these are indeed PORN blogs. And how can we differentiate a Porn Blog to a regular blog? Simple. Porn blogs have explicit contents – nude men/women photos with the ff exposed: butt, male and female sex organ, boobs and sexual intercourse showing the sex organs. FleshAsiaDaily and PinoyScandalBlogs have plenty of them.

    But how about Ultimate Pinoy Hunks and AZHunks? Do these blogs qualify to what you have said that “somewhat borders to pornography”? Then how come Manila Gay Guy is still there while UPH and AZH are gone? Manila Gay Guy also showcases half-nude men. If UPH and AZHunks borders to pornography, these blogs will not have google ads in them.

    Para lang po sa consistency ng ranking since i’m the one who opened the idea about porn blogs.

  5. Please closely watch our blog Pinay Celebrity Photos and Videos, we’ll definitely be there by August 2008. Current Alexa Ranking is 189,559.

    Pag gamit ng entrecard is for traffic. You earn ec points when you drop or when someone drops in your blog. Once makaipon ka ng ec points, you can then advertise your ec to other blogs.


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