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Look! Top 30 Classic Movie Blogs

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Feedspot has just released a list of the Top 30 Classic Movie Blogs on the web.

The list was compiled by Feedspot’s internet gurus, who analyzed search and social metrics.

“This is the most comprehensive list of Top 30 Classic Movie Blogs on the internet,” says Feedspot founder, Anuj Agarwal. “These websites…are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers.”

The blogs are rank-based, according to:

  • Google reputation and Google search ranking.
  • Influence and popularity on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.
  • Quality and consistency of posts.
  • Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review.

It’s exciting to see internet marketers discovering value in classic movie discussions.

Congrats to fellow classic movie bloggers who made the Top 30. Your hard work has paid off!

Guess who else made the list? We did, at #11. Woohoo!

Classic Movie Blogs

Thank you, Dear Reader, for helping us onto this list. Thanks for your support, and for being so hospitable when we drop by your site.

Let’s all celebrate!

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61 thoughts on “Look! Top 30 Classic Movie Blogs

  1. It is neat that they did this. Sometimes I feel like we are so forgotten! Congratulations! And thanks for letting me even know about the list, because I didn’t know I was on it! LOL

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  2. A hearty congratulations to you for making the list! I was going through the list over the weekend and there are so many great blogs on it! It’s about time you guys get the recognition you deserve 🙂

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      1. Well, interesting at least. As near as I can make out, “Feedspot” is a marketing site, and its purpose is to connect advertisers with niche Internet markets that would be interested in their products. “Classic Film” is a big enough market to deserve their attention, and I appreciate the fact that they actually do seem to have read some of the content and looked for quality, instead of just judging solely by click-traffic. That’s probably a good marketing tactic as well. If the end result is more people finding your blog, it’s all good with me!

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