What Type of Blog is This?

Hangingtogether.org had an interesting post which included web services that can provide information about different blogs. These blog analysis tools are supposed to provide you with more insight into the blog and its author.  So, I tried it.  Here’s what I found out about this blog:

Gender Analyzer — “We have strong indicators that https://libtechtexas.wordpress.com/ is written by a man (98%).”  [Hmmm . . . ]

Typealyzer (Myers-Briggs) — “INTJ, The Scientist” [Actually, I’m an ISFJ, The Protector]

Blog Readability Test — High school level [Not bad; as a technology blog for librarians, I want to be sure issues and jargon is explained so everyone understands it.]

How Much is Your Blog Worth uses the value of the links within the blog — $1,693.62. [Enough said  😉  ]

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2 responses to “What Type of Blog is This?

  1. Michael Golrick February 12, 2009 at 9:11 pm

    I really wanted to test my blog readability, but that seems to be a broken link. On the other hand, my blog is worth “$0.00”!!

  2. Christine Peterson February 13, 2009 at 2:00 am

    Michael —

    I checked this out myself and it seems that the Blog Readability Test has been taken down — at least for a while. I couldn’t quickly find anything about its status. Sigh . . .

    I found another, but it is taking a long time. You can try it at:
    http://immike.net/charlotte/

    There are also website readability tests, one of which is here:
    http://juicystudio.com/services/readability.php#readweb
    Unlike blog tests, this only tests a single web page and would include comments.

    Thanks for the heads up!

    Chris

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