Wow. I’m on The Industry Standard’s Top 25 B-to-Z List …

I am a life-long  Z-lister, no doubts about it.  But today I found myself on a much different Z-list: The Industry Standard’s Top 25 B-to-Z List Blogs:

These are the blogs you won’t see on the Techmeme Leaderboard, Technorati’s Top 100 blogs, or the CruchBase BloggerBoard … at least not yet. They include VCs, entrepreneurs, coders, experts, and observers, and they bring a delicious mix of insight, experience, and passion to their blogs. While they may not have the right amount of link love, they need to be on your radar screens.

I’m really-really humbled.  Last time I felt like this was when the Economist’s Business Intelligence Unit included me in their Thought Leadership list. Frankly, I had no idea what I was doing in such esteemed company, and I feel the same way now.

Writing “good” blog content is a tricky task.  My favorite posts, which I consider more thoughtful, analytical often get quoted, but generally don’t attract a lot of readers.  Then I have some of the quickies, like the Gmail import guide which become all time hits – at least in terms of traffic.  I also have ‘accidental’ traffic, like two days ago the tragic earthquake in China sent me over 10k readers – unfortunately, as they really did not find what they came for.  (more on this later).

Anyway, the part I really enjoy are the longer analytical pieces – which I don’t often have the time to afford.  But back to The Industry Standard list: thanks, guys, again, I am very-very humbled, and appreciate it.  And as a bonus, I am especially pleased to be featured together with fellow Enterprise Irregular Vinnie Mirchandani.

Wow, again… all I can say, I’ll try to keep up with the The Standard. smile_regular