Well, as Ron Burgundy would say, “that escalated quickly”! eDiscovery Today is already in the Top 60 eDiscovery Blogs And Websites To Follow in 2020 according to Feedspot!
Feedspot has a team of over 25 experts whose goal is to discover and rank popular blogs, podcasts and youtube channels in several niche categories. There are several ways we discover new feeds.
- Publishers submit their blogs, podcasts or youtube channels on Feedspot using the ‘Submit’ form at the top of this page.
- They have a research team who does extensive research on google and social media platforms to discover new influencers.
- Feedspot has in-house media monitoring tools for discovering bloggers in several niche categories.
Their expert editorial team reviews each blog before adding them to the relevant category list.
Ranking is based on
- Industry blogs (those not favoring a specific brand) are (typically) given a higher rank than blogs by individual brands (who often tend to promote their own products).
- Blog post frequency (freshness)
- Social media follower counts and engagements
- Domain authority
- Age of a blog
- Alexa Web Traffic Rank and many other parameters.
They routinely remove inactive blogs and those which are no longer relevant to a given list. The list is updated as they receive new blog submissions and is re-ranked every few weeks. They also take direct feedback from users to make changes to the lists.
So (in my best Casey Kasem voice), eDiscovery Today has debuted on the charts at number 54 – with a bullet! “Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.” 🙂
As I indicated last week, news items related to eDiscovery Today will be published in addition to the daily post. So, you won’t miss your daily trends, best practices or case law.
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