Top 60 referrers, and a big thank you to all my readers

At this time of year I always like to thank all those who have sent readers here, and of course the readers themselves. In the past twelve months a staggering 2,090 sites other than search engines sent traffic to this site. I wish I could thank all of you individually. Many of these will have sent just a tiny handful of individual visitors. I know for some of you, you run a small blog with few readers and maybe you think what is the point of linking to an established blogger. Well, the truth is, we really are more together than we are apart, and it is the many small links that help drive traffic to this and other sites.

Your blog, with every other blog helps send traffic here and to other sites you think it is worthwhile your readers seeing. For that I am very grateful. Remember, the internet is like a giant library with no index system! You help to index the web, and every link you create helps Google to deliver more relevant results! Speaking of Google, on my links page is a Google search engine set up to search this site and any site I have ever linked to. You should find it a very helpful resource if you want to study any Christian subject.

Without further ado, here are the top 70 referrers of the year. This year the list makes interesting reading as some very big sites do not do as well as before. Justin Taylor, Facebook, and Twitter are clearly consolodiating their grip on the top of these results, but there has been some movement beneath those three big hitters:

  1. Justin Taylor
  2. http://facebook.com
  3. http://twitter.com
  4. http://en.wikipedia.org
  5. http://newfrontierstogether.org
  6. http://ow.ly
  7. http://newfrontiersbloggers.blogspot.com
  8. http://desiringgod.org
  9. http://teampyro.blogspot.com
  10. http://thebluefish.org
  11. http://challies.com
  12. http://monergism.com
  13. http://newwordalive.org
  14. http://timchester.wordpress.com
  15. http://albertmohler.com
  16. http://apprising.org
  17. http://raisedwithchrist.net
  18. http://theopedia.com
  19. http://churchrelevance.com
  20. http://stumbleupon.com
  21. http://hughbourne.co.uk
  22. http://asermonaday.com
  23. http://stevekmccoy.com
  24. http://solofemininity.blogs.com
  25. http://mychristianblogs.com
  26. http://timkeller.info
  27. http://vinelifetx.blogspot.com
  28. http://stevenjcamp.blogspot.com
  29. http://blog.terryvirgo.org
  30. http://garyboalnireland.blogspot.com
  31. http://iconfactory.com
  32. http://booksneeze.com
  33. http://sanctifiedrant.wordpress.com
  34. http://beaconads.com
  35. http://blogs.warnock.me.uk
  36. http://theresurgence.com
  37. http://dogpile.com
  38. http://parablemania.ektopos.com
  39. http://unashamedworkman.wordpress.com
  40. http://enjoyinggodministries.com
  41. http://lexloiz.wordpress.com
  42. http://bentelford.wordpress.com
  43. http://bloodtippedears.blogspot.com
  44. http://hootsuite.com
  45. http://purposefulpurity.blogspot.com
  46. http://ceruleansanctum.com
  47. http://edstetzer.com
  48. http://jollyblogger.typepad.com
  49. http://vimeo.com
  50. http://300leaders.org
  51. http://phillipjohnson.blogspot.com
  52. http://blogofdan.co.uk
  53. http://biblecollege.org
  54. http://confluenceblog.com
  55. http://robrufus.blogspot.com
  56. http://henrysthreads.com
  57. http://psalm0blogspot.com
  58. http://cookiesdays.blogspot.com
  59. http://ukcommentators.blogspot.com
  60. http://danielblanche.blogspot.com

About Adrian Warnock

Adrian Warnock has been a blogger since April 2003, and part of the leadership team of Jubilee Church, London for more than ten years, serving alongside Tope Koleoso. His book, Raised With Christ - How The Resurrection Changes Everything was published by Crossway, January 2010. Read more about Adrian Warnock or connect with him on Twitter, Facebook or Google+.

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