We ranked #14 in the Biblioblog rankings for the month of May continuing our slide further and further away from the top.
Also, this month’s Biblioblog Carnival is available thank to Joel Watts over at Unsettled Christianity.
– Bruce Reyes-Chow writes on “pastoral transitions in a social media world”.
– Jeff Garner has posted some resources from the recent DISCIPLE! event in San Francisco.
– Tim Challies explains why even after John Piper’s recent interview with Rick Warren he thinks Warren deserves critique.
– Kurt Willems shares a video where N.T. Wright tells us what makes him angry and then asks what makes you angry.
– Tony Campolo proposes “a possible compromise on the gay marriage controversy“. (HT)
– Learn the differences between Protestant and Catholic graduates.
– Enter Philosophy Talk’s Conundrum Contest.
– Fred Sanders reviews Timothy Ward’s Words of Life.
14! BLARGH! More proof the system is a dud! Our biggest month of stats and we slide. What a crock! 😉
I was confused by this as well. I don’t know what all goes into the system, but this seemed weird, especially since I can access the stats of one of the top five blogs and that one had far less visits overall than our own.
It may have something to do with Search Engine Optimization. James Tucker pointed out that when I use the word “here” in the Elsewhere daily post all that search engines tend to notice is what is linked. I have begun linking broader swaths of texts with key words. We’ll see if that changes anything.
Though I must say it is nice to see Jim West tumble to #2. 🙂
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