Usually at The Bureau Asia we’re creating lists, but this time, we’ve made it onto one.
The Bureau Asia has barged its way into Feedspot’s Top 30 Vietnam Blogs & Websites List, audaciously rocketing in at number 15, nudging out many other admired online publications and media channels in Vietnam.
And, it didn’t even cost us a thing.
Feedspot, which launched back in 2012, has a team of over 25 experts whose goal is to discover and rank popular blogs, websites, podcasts and YouTube channels in several niche categories.
In this way, it helps people find influential bloggers among the millions of blogs and websites out there on the internet churning out terabytes of content year-on-year.
Now, hopefully millions of wannabe followers of The Bureau Asia will find us.
In an email to The Bureau Asia congratulating us on our inclusion on the list, founder of Feedspot, Anuj Agarwul said: “I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 30 Vietnam Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!”
Naturally, we too are honoured to be a part of this and thank him and his team for recognising our amazing contribution to this world we live in.
The Feedspot Top 30 Vietnam List is ranked based on relevancy; whether or not a blog is blowing their own horn too much (hmm…); post frequency otherwise known as “freshness”; social media followers and engagements; a thing called domain authority; blog age; and Alexa web traffic ranking (Alexa, what’s that?).
The list is updated and re-ranked every few weeks.
In his acceptance speech if there had been one, The Bureau Chief Matt Cowan would have thanked Feedspot, Melanie Casul, Jigs Arquiza, Mike Palumbo, fans of The Bureau Asia (you know who you are) and his favourite brands of gin (too many to mention) for all the support and love over the past couple of years.
Feel free to get in touch with the Feedspot editorial team to blast them about our inclusion on the list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
But in all seriousness, thank you so much everyone who has supported The Bureau Asia, we’re very proud of the recognition.