2.10.09

Anglican Website rankings - 'ooh flipperty doopers!'

This makes for interesting reading, I guess and I think it's a good thing that people are dropping by. At the end of the day, it's just my walk with the Anglican Church, theological college and the journey towards ordination that I'm blogging about.
I also have to say that not a lot of this makes sense to me either. It's hard to be persuaded that more people drop by at Re vis.e Re form than they do at some of the other much more famous sites. Anyway, reporting what's been observed...

Position Website Alexa Traffic Rank Change
3 Virtue Online 236,607 -
4 Church Times 266,117 -
5 Titus One Nine 379,303 -
6 Episcopal CafĂ© 400,062 ▲1
7 Sydney Anglicans 425,519 ▲3
8 Archbishop Cranmer 434,932 ▼2
10 Fundamentals of Orthodoxy 571,650 ▼1
11 Anglican Mainstream 579,872 ▲1
12 Re vis.e Re form 626,290 New    (Not new of course been at it since June 08)
13 Perpetua of Carthage 632,608 ▼2
14 Clay Boy 635,050 New
15 Anglican Curmudgeon 699,029 ▼1
16 Thinking Anglicans 733,429 -
19 BabyBlueCafe 957,117 ▼6
20 St. Aidan to Abbey Manor 1,089,001 ▲3
21 Fulcrum 1,107,592 ▼3
22 Northern Plains Anglicans 1,231,024 ▼7
23 Bishop Alan Wilson 1,234,065 ▲1
24 The Ugley Vicar 1,241,340 ▲1
26 Gentle Wisdom 1,385,016 ▼4
27 Creedal Christian 1,387,471 New
28 The Church Mouse 1,508,606 -
29 David Ould 1,551,166 ▼9
30 Maggi Dawn 1,572,093 -
31 Covenant Communion 1,588,042 ▼10
32 Anglican Down Under 1,625,869 ▼5
33 The Church Society 1,690,782 ▼7
34 Cranmer’s Curate 1,901,723 ▲3
35 Bishop Nick Baines’ Blog 1,935,183 ▲3
36 Anglican Church League 2,098,859 ▼1
37 Susan Russell 2,2730,310 ▼3
38 Integrity Blog 2,767,137 ▼5
39 George Conger 2,813,101 ▼10
40 GAFCON 3,450,120 -


 

There ain't nothing special about me and I don't have the answers. It's all about Jesus and He is the answer.

It is quite strange that people might know me quite intimately and yet I know very little about them. But that's okay too, I guess. Anyway back to the important stuff.

Today at college, we heard from Bob Jackson, who had some interesting things to say about church growth. Now this deserves a post of its own, so I'll get writing.

Thank you to all the people who read what I have to say.

Of course, on reflection this might also point to the fact that I need to 'get out more'. But then again whilst I have kiddies in bed opportunities are limited! Which bishop wants to babysit for me? ;-)

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