Twittorati Where Blogosphere Meets Twittersphere

Twittorati Where Blogosphere Meets Twittersphere.  Just imagining what that might look like. Could be like a bad acid trip with Alice In Wonderland taking you into the Hall Of Mirrors . Or maybe not. Here’s what Jennifer McLean – 415.896.3005 – says:

For Immediate Release Twittorati Is Here We’re very pleased to announce the launch of

Twittorati is where the blogosphere meets the Twittersphere: what top bloggers are tweeting about, and how these trends compare to blogosphere trends.

You’ll be able to filter tweets by topic, see the most tweeted blog posts, and compare leading blogosphere and Twitter trends.

Twittorati is featuring the Technorati Top 100 Bloggers at launch, but will expand to include the many more authors in the active blogosphere. You can find the Twitter content most relevant to you, compare the day’s top blog and hash tags to see the hottest topics in both spheres, as well as see the most popular links that are being tweeted and which blogs are linking to them.

Writer pages display each tweeter’s blogs and Twitter information and Technorati Authority.

Take a look, and tell us what you think. Jennifer McLean 415.896.3005 Technorati Media

Become a Blogcritic If you love to write and want to increase your exposure and improve your craft in an exciting and supportive atmosphere, Technorati’s is the place for you. We are proud to count some of the web’s best amateur and professional writers among our global membership of more than 2000 writers. Whatever your interests, your writing will find a home at BC. Our “big tent” policy invites all points of view and the topics you can write about are limited only by your own interests and imagination. Our active community of writers and our open comments policy provide you the opportunity to engage in dialog on a diversity of topics with readers and writers from around the globe.

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More information and sign-up here: About Blogcritics combines the independence and attitude of the blogosphere with the writing and editing standards of professional media, blending the best of both into a puree of ORIGINAL reading wonderfulness. is an online community of writers and readers from around the globe, delivering exceptional original, fully edited reviews, news, interviews, and commentary on all aspects of the popular arts as well as politics, social issues, technology and sports.

Blogcritics is a Google and Yahoo News source and syndicates material to partners including Newstex, BlogBurst,,, and offers innumerable RSS feeds via FeedBurner. has won numerous awards, including a Bloggie for best music site,’s Best Media Blogs, and was featured in the prestigious AlwaysOn/Technorati “Open Media 100” list. The team includes founder/publisher and media veteran Eric Olsen, Technical Director Phillip Winn, Executive Editor Lisa McKay, and a team of more than 2000 writers and 25 editors. Tag Articles

And then there are tag articles. So what are tags? Many, if not most, bloggers use “tags” on their blogs: simple keywords to help associate similar posts. tracks these tags and compiles information based on their usage into “tag pages,” such as this one: or this one:

We are asking writers to write brief descriptions of the most popular tags. These can be about any subject you desire, provided it has not already been claimed by another writer. Your tag description should provide a brief description of the subject and why it is popular within the blogosphere. Tag descriptions need to be informational in nature, and position neutral. The description should be rich and succinct, about 100-200 words in length, and should include at least three links to websites about the subject, and especially to blogs where the subject is being discussed. The tag descriptions you write will be published on Technorati’s tag description pages, and will feature your byline. These articles are also linked to your BC Writer Page or blog, bringing recognition and traffic to YOU. You will also be seen as the definitive expert on that tag subject by Technorati readers. In other words, a win-win proposition for any writer choosing to participate. For more info, please contact Tag Editor Glen Boyd at Best wishes, Eric Olsen Publisher Blogcritics/Technorati (330) 562 – 4692 605 W. Acadia Pt Aurora, OH 44202

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