February 7, 2007

Does anybody actually use Technorati?

I just did some Technorati searches, and my blog posts come up near the top of the search results for a bunch of small companies’ names and similar words — Attensity, ClearForest, Netezza, DATAllegro, Crossbeam, DMOZ, ODP, and surely many others.

But judging by my referrer logs, nobody cares. I get lots of visitors via classic search engines — largely Google, but also the others — but bubkus from Technorati.

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4 Responses to “Does anybody actually use Technorati?”

  1. Jean-Francois Martin on February 9th, 2007 12:26 am

    I did – today in fact. Found in few things of interest about the company I work for, Nstein.

  2. Curt Monash on February 9th, 2007 1:55 am

    Thanks! Glad to know there’s SOMEBODY!

    Which reminds me — I really should talk with Nstein some time.

  3. Curt Monash on February 9th, 2007 9:33 pm

    I must confessed that I just used it myself. I saw a post in the relational database section I never might have seen otherwise, and that triggered a post of mine in response: http://www.dbms2.com/2007/02/09/do-modern-databases-have-too-many-tables/


  4. Jean-Francois Martin on February 16th, 2007 6:15 pm

    If you would like to talk with Nstein, you can call me at (514) 908-5406 (244). It will be my pleasure to fill you in on what we do.

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