Terrible domain name aside, Technorati, one of the benchmark of blogging success, looks like it’s attempting to crawl back into relevance with the launch of a new service aimed to bridge the worlds of blogging and Twitter.
The new site, Twittorati, looks like a mashup of twitter updates from top Technorati users. The site looks like quite a mess, and with most Internet users looking at twitter updates via clients like TwitterFall, TweetDeck or the web interface, is going to a third-party site relevant to the process?
Affiliate marketers can benefit from some of the trend information the site offers, especially if they’re keen practitioners of demographic profiling.
Looking at some of the hot hashtags:
I’m a little surprised that #MichaelJackson isn’t on that list.
However, topics like (more…)