Thinking About Thinking

Global VC Blog Directory – Ranked By # of Google Reader Subscribers (May 2009)

Posted in Venture Capital by larrycheng on May 26, 2009

THIS DIRECTORY HAS BEEN UPDATED.  THE CURRENT VERSION (Q409) OF THIS DIRECTORY CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING HERE.


The Global VC Blog Directory (# of Google Reader Subscribers)

  1. Guy Kawasaki, Garage Technology Ventures, How To Change The World (17,555)
  2. Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures, A VC (11,821)
  3. David Hornik, August Capital, VentureBlog (7,060)
  4. Brad Feld, Foundry Group, Feld Thoughts (6,434)
  5. Marc Andreesen, TBD, Blog.pmarca.com (5,099)*
  6. Josh Kopelman, First Round Capital, Redeye VC (3,310)
  7. Ed Sim, Dawntreader Ventures, Beyond VC (3,239)
  8. Jeremy Liew, Lightspeed Ventures Partners, LSVP (2,973)
  9. Bill Gurley, Benchmark Capital, Above The Crowd (2,257)
  10. Jeff Nolan, SAP Ventures, Venture Chronicles (1,528)
  11. David Cowan, Bessemer Venture Partners, Who Has Time For This? (1,261)
  12. Christopher Allen, Alacrity Ventures, Life With Alacrity (1,194)
  13. Seth Levine, Foundry Group, VC Adventure (1,154)
  14. Multiple Authors, Union Square Ventures, Union Square Ventures Blog (1,090)
  15. Rick Segal, JLA Ventures, The Post Money Value (795) – Canada
  16. Jeff Bussgang, Flybridge Capital Partners, Seeing Both Sides (727)
  17. Mike Hirshland, Polaris Venture Partners, VC Mike’s Blog (726)
  18. Tim Oren, Pacifica Fund, Due Diligence (661)
  19. Jeff Clavier, SoftTech VC, Software Only (656)*
  20. Mike Speiser, Sutter Hill Ventures, Laserlike (643)
  21. Mendelson/Feld, Foundry Group, Ask The VC (587)
  22. Matt McCall, DFJ Portage Venture Partners, VC Confidential (432)
  23. Stu Phillips, Ridgelift Ventures, Soaring on Ridgelift (424)
  24. Eric Friedman, Union Square Ventures, Marketing.fm (405)
  25. Paul Kedrosky, Ventures West, Infectious Greed (399)
  26. Jason Caplain, Southern Capitol Ventures, Southeast VC (387)
  27. Scott Maxwell, Openview Venture Partners, Now What? (338)*
  28. Nic Brisbourne, Esprit Capital Partners, The Equity Kicker (335) – Europe
  29. Jason Mendelson, Foundry Group, Mendelson’s Musings (307)
  30. Ryan McIntyre, Foundry Group, McInblog (306)
  31. David Beisel, Venrock Associates, GenuineVC (293)*
  32. Will Price, Hummer Winblad, Will Price (266)
  33. Howard Morgan, First Round Capital, Way Too Early (259)
  34. Raj Kapoor, Mayfield Fund, The VC In Me (255)*
  35. Dan Grossman, Venrock Associates, A Venture Forth (228)*
  36. Albert Wenger, Union Square Ventures, Continuations (224)
  37. Baris Karadogan, Com Ventures, From Istanbul to Sand Hill Road (218)
  38. Andrew Parker, Union Square Ventures, The Gong Show (218)
  39. Christine Herron, First Round Capital, Christine.net (209)
  40. Keith Benjamin, Levensohn Venture Partners, SF Venture (202)*
  41. Fred Destin, Atlas Venture, Fred Destin’s Blog (194) – Europe
  42. David Feinleib, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Tech, Startups, Capital, Ideas. (183)
  43. Saul Klein, Index Ventures, LocalGlo.be (178)* – Europe
  44. Vineet Buch, BlueRun Ventures, Venture Explorer (177)*
  45. Ouriel Ohayon, Lightspeed Gemini Internet Lab, MYBLOG by Ouriel (176) – Israel
  46. Steve Jurvetson, DFJ, The J-Curve (145)
  47. Bijan Sabet, Spark Capital, BijanSabet.com (130)
  48. Philippe Botteri, Bessemer Venture Partners, Cracking the Code (125)*
  49. Rob Finn, Edison Venture, Ventureblogalist (124)*
  50. Marc Goldberg, Occam Capital, Occam’s Razor (117)* – Europe
  51. Daniel Cohen, Israel Venture Partners, Israel Venture Capital 2.0 (116) – Israel
  52. Peter Rip, Crosslink Capital, EarlyStageVC (113)
  53. James Chen, CXO Ventures, PureVC (111)
  54. Allen Morgan, Mayfield Fund, Allen’s Blog (109)*
  55. David Aronoff, Flybridge Capital Partners, Diary of a Geek VC (106)
  56. Max Bleyleben, Kennet Partners, Technofile Europe (106) – Europe
  57. Jeremy Levine, Bessemer Venture Partners, Nothing Venture, Nothing Gained (101)*
  58. Jason Ball, Qualcomm Ventures Europe, TechBytes (101) – Europe
  59. Mark Peter Davis, DFJ Gotham Ventures, Venture Made Transparent (101)
  60. Rob Hayes, First Round Capital, Permanent Record (99)*
  61. Michael Eisenberg, Benchmark Capital, Six Kids and a Full Time Job (98) – Israel
  62. Chris Fralic, First Round Capital, Nothing To Say (95)
  63. Pascal Levensohn, Levensohn Venture Partners, pascalsview (92)
  64. Michael Feinstein, Sempre Management, The Fein Line (86)
  65. Sagi Rubin, Virgin Green Fund, The Grass is Greener (78) – Israel
  66. Richard Dale, Sigma Partners, Venture Cyclist (74)
  67. Paul Fisher, Advent Venture Partners, The Coffee Shops of Mayfair (73) – Europe
  68. John Ludwig, Ignition Partners, A Little Ludwig Goes A Long Way (66)
  69. Dan Rua, Inflexion Partners, Florida Venture Blog (66)
  70. Steve Brotman, Silicon Alley Venture Partners, VC Ball (64)
  71. Larry Cheng, Fidelity Ventures, Thinking About Thinking (63) [special thanks to the early adopters]
  72. Martin Tobias, Ignition Partners, Deep Green Crystals (61)
  73. Matt Winn, Chrysalis Ventures, Punctuative! (56)*
  74. Sarah Tavel, Bessemer Venture Partners, Adventurista (51)
  75. Stewart Alsop, Alsop-Louie Partners, Alsop-Louie Partners (49)*
  76. Jacob Ner-David, Jerusalem Capital, VC In Jerusalem (46) – Israel
  77. Ed Mlavsky, Gemini Israel Funds, GOLB: Is This Israel? (46)* – Israel
  78. Ho Name, Altos Ventures, Altos Ventures Musings (45)
  79. Rich Tong, Ignition Partners, Tongfamily (45)
  80. George Zachary, Charles River Ventures, Sense and Cents (41)*
  81. Rob Go, Spark Capital, Rob Go Blog (38)
  82. Kent Goldman, First Round Capital, The Cornice (38)
  83. Rachel Strate, EPIC Ventures, Wasatch Girl (37)
  84. Sid Mohasseb, Tech Coast Angels, Sid Mohasseb (35)*
  85. Satya Patel, Battery Ventures, Venture Generated Content (34)
  86. Multiple Authors, Foundry Group, Foundry Group Blog (30)
  87. Mo Koyfman, Spark Capital, Mo Koyfman (29)
  88. Rob Day, @Ventures, Cleantech Investing (28)
  89. Marc Averitt, Okapi Venture Capital, OC VC (25)
  90. Michael Greeley, Flybridge Capital Partners, On The Flying Bridge (22)
  91. Adam Fisher, Bessemer Venture Partners, Savants in the Levant (22) – Israel
  92. Justin Label, Bessemer Venture Partners, Venture Again (21)*
  93. Ted Driscoll, Claremont Creek Ventures, Evolving VC (20)*
  94. Multiple Authors, Highway 12 Ventures, Highway 12 Ventures Group Blog (20)
  95. Santo Politi, Spark Capital, This and That (18)
  96. Lee Hower, Point Judith Capital, Venturesome (16)
  97. Charles Curran, Valhalla Partners, VC Blog (16)*
  98. David Dufresne, Desjardins Venture Capital, Dav-Generated Content (15) – Canada
  99. Jon Seeber, Updata Partners, Jon’s Ventures (14)*
  100. Todd Klein, Legend Ventures, Media VC (14)
  101. Max Niederhofer, Atlas Venture, Life In The J Curve, baby (14) – Europe
  102. Gregoire Aladjidi, Techfund Europe, Investing In What’s Next (13)* – Europe
  103. Vinit Nijhawan, Key Venture Partners, Entremeister (12)
  104. Todd Dagres, Spark Capital, Todd Dagres Tumblelog (9)
  105. Multiple Authors, Brightspark Ventures, Let the Sparks Fly! (6)
  106. Don Rainey, Grotech Ventures, VC in DC (6)
  107. Multiple Authors, True Ventures, True Ventures Blog (6)
  108. Rob Schultz, IllinoisVENTURES, Go Big or Go Home (5)
  109. Art Marks, Valhalla Partners, Entrepreneurial Quest (5)*
  110. Brad Burnham, Union Square Ventures, Unfinished Work (3)
  111. Brian Hirsch, Greenhill SAVP, New York VC (2)
  112. Adi Pundak-Mintz, Gemini Israel Funds, Adisababa’s Weblog (2) – Israel
  113. Peter Lee, Baroda Ventures, Seeing Eye to Eye (2)
  114. Allan Veeck, Pittsburgh Ventures, Pittsburgh Ventures Blog (1)
  115. John Abraham, Arrowpoint Ventures, JMA’s Views On Everything (1)

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The last two bundles are tied to these directories:  The Israeli VC Blog Directory & The European VC Blog Directory

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  1. Meg Guiseppi said, on May 26, 2009 at 11:21 am

    WOW! What a terrific list. It’s obvious you put a lot of work into this.

    I’m going to blog about it within a few days. My c-level executive clients will be thrilled to have such a list of resources to dive into.

    Thanks for your efforts!

    -Meg

    • larrycheng said, on May 26, 2009 at 2:39 pm

      Thanks Meg – appreciate you blogging about it. It definitely took some work but it was interesting work.

  2. Simeon Simeonov said, on May 26, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    Hehe, I guess I’m no longer a VC + I moved my blog recently to http://blog.simeonov.com

    • larrycheng said, on May 26, 2009 at 2:39 pm

      Sim – I actually was planning on including yours. But, then as I did more research, there were a lot of folks who had moved on to better things from being a VC, and I though including all of them didn’t make sense. Maybe it makes sense to have a “VCs who found real jobs” blog list. :)

      • Healy Jones said, on May 28, 2009 at 12:37 pm

        Not sure if I’d fall into that list of former VCs who found real jobs seeing as how I don’t have a real job yet, but I do have a few things to say on my blog about what I learned while I was a VC!
        Healy

      • larrycheng said, on May 28, 2009 at 1:41 pm

        Healy, funny to hear from you and Sim. Both of you were the ones I was thinking about. I subscribe to your blog and frankly it has better content than 95% of the VC blogs I’m reading. Thoughts on how to handle? Maybe I’m too black and white.

  3. John A Smith said, on May 26, 2009 at 7:27 pm

    Excellent Blog. David Esrati has a seminar called Websitetology on Web 2.0 where he shows how to become a force on Google. I was very interested to see that you took the time to get VC Blogs using this very technique.
    David and I are working together to get a presentation ready which cleans up an environmental nightmare and uses green technology to accomplish the project.
    Have been following you since Saturday and find your writing very insightful and real.
    Keep up the good work.

  4. larrycheng said, on May 27, 2009 at 12:02 am

    Thanks so much John – appreciate the positive feedback. Once I saw the Google Reader information, it seemed logical, if not, valuable, to include in any directory. Thanks for following.

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  8. Adam Rubenstein said, on May 27, 2009 at 10:03 am

    The list does not appear to include any biopharma VC’s? Rats! We keep tabs on biopharma VC’s at http://OnBioVC.com

  9. Andrew Parker said, on May 27, 2009 at 10:36 am

    Hey Larry, great list. I’m adding a bunch to my feed reader right now.

    All the members of Union Square Ventures blog. In addition to Fred, here’s the rest of them:

    Our corporate website is a blog: http://www.unionsquareventures.com
    Albert Wenger: http://continuations.com/
    Brad Burnham: http://bradburnham.tumblr.com/
    Eric Friedman: http://marketing.fm/
    Andrew Parker: http://thegongshow.tumblr.com/

    • larrycheng said, on May 30, 2009 at 4:53 pm

      Thanks Andrew. I will add all the ones that are missing on the next update which I think will be in June.

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  11. FN said, on May 27, 2009 at 4:55 pm

    Wow, amazing how few people follow these blogs…

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  14. SteveMD said, on May 30, 2009 at 11:31 am

    Wow, Nice work! Didn’t know there were so many VC Blogs! Thanks Larry. Wonderful tweets too btw. Now following you from now on!

  15. anon said, on May 30, 2009 at 11:32 am

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  32. Ouriel Ohayon said, on May 30, 2009 at 12:48 pm

    i think you may want to consider my blog http://ouriel.typepad.com instead of the one mentioned above that has way more followers and active.

    in addition there is a typo on my family name

    thanks

    Ouriel Ohayon

    • larrycheng said, on May 30, 2009 at 5:11 pm

      Ouriel – my apologies for misspelling your name. I have updated it. I will also use the other blog for the next update.

  33. Fred said, on May 30, 2009 at 12:59 pm

    Nice job, Gary. Where’s your mailing list (not RSS) to receive the updates? Regards and re-kudos.

    • larrycheng said, on June 1, 2009 at 2:20 pm

      Fred – there’s a link on the right margin of the blog which says “email subscription” if that’s what you’re looking for. Otherwise, this is another option. http://bit.ly/NupMm

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  42. Nick said, on May 30, 2009 at 2:25 pm

    great list. i read a lot of these, but didn’t even know about some others.

    next list (please): angel level people?

  43. Daniel Raffel said, on May 30, 2009 at 2:29 pm

    Since you’re a Reader fan any chance you would be willing to make a Google Reader Bundle for the top 10 and top 100 VC blogs? And, then link to them here? :)

    That certainly would make subscribing to these much easier (and you can update the bundles quarterly). Thanks for considering!

    More info on making a bundle:

    http://googlereader.blogspot.com/2009/05/life-is-great-bundle-of-little-things.html

    • larrycheng said, on May 30, 2009 at 5:08 pm

      Daniel – I actually wanted to do that, but didn’t know how. I will check it out – thanks for the tip. I will plan on offering some bundles.

    • larrycheng said, on June 1, 2009 at 2:19 pm

      Daniel – I took your advice. Pretty easy to use once I figured it out. http://bit.ly/NupMm

  44. Paul Roe said, on May 30, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    I was always under the impression that venturebeat.com was the most popular VC site.
    Then I realized that may be because it is the only one I know of!

    Venturebeat.com would sometimes grab my attention for a while, but never kept it.
    Maybe some of these sites are more gripping.

    Thanks for the list. :-)

    Cheers and enjoy the weekend.

  45. larrycheng said, on May 30, 2009 at 5:10 pm

    Thanks Joey – I will check it out.

    • Joey said, on June 26, 2009 at 1:55 pm

      Larry–I left you a note on venturepopulist some time ago—I actually heard the blogger do a webinar for 500 investment professionals a week ago–interesting guy–makes the case why venture investments belong in investors portfolios (and simultaneously disses stocks)

      controversial but intesting

      what did you think?

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  47. Mark Solon said, on May 30, 2009 at 6:21 pm

    Hey Larry,

    We’ve had a blog at Highway 12 Ventures for a couple of months – http://www.highway12ventures.com/blog/

    thanks for including us – Mark

    • larrycheng said, on May 30, 2009 at 9:26 pm

      Mark – the Highway 12 Ventures blog is up on the directory.

  48. Admin(Http://www.8hours.com/blog) said, on May 30, 2009 at 6:22 pm

    We posted you article on our blog and have a few interesting comments.

    Thanks for compiling this list.

  49. Thomas said, on May 30, 2009 at 7:13 pm

    http://www.pittsburghventures.com/ is run by Alan Veeck, a VC in Pittsburgh

    • larrycheng said, on May 30, 2009 at 9:27 pm

      I put it up on the directory. Google isn’t giving me a read on the # of subscribers yet, but once I get it, I’ll add that. Which firm does he work for?

  50. William Mougayar said, on May 30, 2009 at 7:48 pm

    Hi Larry,
    It’s been a while…Great list and initiative.
    Any chance you could slip us the opml for that list? It would make it easier to subscribe that way, instead of adding them one at a time.
    Thanks!

    • larrycheng said, on May 30, 2009 at 9:26 pm

      I am working on it – as multiple folks have requested. Can you point me in the direction of a widget on how to do that?

  51. Ryan Kuder said, on May 30, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    I’m a big fan of Mike Speiser’s blog, http://laserlike.com. Mike’s a Managing Director at Sutter Hill.

    Thanks for the list, Larry. This is a great resource for founders and entrepreneurs. I’ll be adding to my reading list I’m sure.

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  53. Matt Lawson said, on May 30, 2009 at 9:20 pm

    Hey Larry!!!

    Awesome job on this list :-) Do you have a OPML file? I would like to import the entire list into my Google WAVE rss feed (100 million times better than Google Reader).

    I read about 30+ VC blogs on a daily basis as im very interested in learning about the next wave of internet business models. Mainly around subscription based business models (not freemium). I think VC’s will begin to create a more self sustaining model with their funds which will allow more projects to roll-out that create profits almost immediately.

    Thanks!

    • larrycheng said, on May 30, 2009 at 9:25 pm

      I’m getting some requests for this – I will pull something together. I’m not sure how though just yet, if you can point me to a widget of some sort, that’d be super helpful.

      • Matt Lawson said, on May 30, 2009 at 11:12 pm

        Cool thanks for the effort!

        Using Google Reader you have a few options-

        1) Settings—> Folders and Tags
        You can make a folder public assuming all the VC blogs are in a specific folder. Then you simply post the “view public page” URL on your blog here….

        2) Settings—> Import/Export
        You click “Export your subscriptions as an OPML file” and then post here.

        *The coolest way would be to start a new Google Reader account and then import the OPML feed from your normal account. Then you can delete all the other folders and feeds not related to the VC Top feeds. Then you repeat the export process with only the VC feeds and post here on your blog.

        I think the OPML file option would be super wonderful!

        If you ever need a development/coding favor don’t hesitate to ask. I run a 27 person development team based out of Sanya, Hainan, China and I would be happy to hook you up since you are being so cool.

        Thanks!!

      • Matt Lawson said, on May 30, 2009 at 11:17 pm

        Here is what the Public Option looks like but it only allows ATOM export (xml output similar to OPML but not the same)

        http://www.google.com/reader/shared/user/03352579808181571472/label/150%20of%20the%20Most%20Influential%20Tech%20News%20and%20Blogs

      • larrycheng said, on June 1, 2009 at 2:18 pm

        Matt – let me know if this works for you in terms of an Atom feed. http://bit.ly/NupMm

    • larrycheng said, on May 31, 2009 at 10:18 pm

      Matt – does this OPML file work for you? If it works, I will publish it to the group. It’s the entire directory.

      http://reader.feedshow.com/goodies/opml/tmp/OPML_7964ae7b2e39eac29fa7edbe6a9f61d7.xml

      Larry

      • sbooher said, on May 31, 2009 at 10:36 pm

        Larry, I pulled together a quick Yahoo Pipes aggregation (of the Top 50) RSS feeds for these sites at:

        feed://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.run?_id=UGQPNE1O3hG_uyTuPxJ3AQ&_render=rss

        Could add the others is there was an interest. Thanks for the excellent research here.

        Scott

      • larrycheng said, on May 31, 2009 at 10:43 pm

        Thanks Scott. I checked it out and it looks pretty easy. I will set them up tomorrow, and I think I’ve got the OPML files figured out. Thanks for volunteering, but I should probably manage the feed so that as people come in and out of the Top 50 or other cuts that we make, I can just adjust the feed in real time. Look for it all tomorrow in one big post with all sorts of ways to subscribe.

      • larrycheng said, on June 1, 2009 at 2:14 pm

        Scott – I just posted this – does this work in Yahoo Pipes? http://bit.ly/NupMm

      • sbooher said, on June 1, 2009 at 8:25 pm

        I can get what I was looking for here, thanks again!

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  56. urlpirates said, on May 31, 2009 at 1:25 am

    how do you manage to keep on so many blogs.. dam..

    • larrycheng said, on June 1, 2009 at 2:17 pm

      Google Reader I have found is pretty easy. There’s about ~20 new blog entries out of the global list every day. It actually doesn’t take that long. Here’s an easy way to subscribe: http://bit.ly/NupMm

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  61. ismail said, on May 31, 2009 at 8:07 am

    Hi Larry,

    Great post but how about a OPML file for easy importing?

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  63. ismail said, on May 31, 2009 at 8:26 am

    once again thanks, but i cant understand why you used bit.ly for all the links? Unless you want to track outgoing links.

    However it would have been useful to create a text file with all the URLS

  64. Ouriel Ohayon said, on May 31, 2009 at 8:48 am

    thanks Larry for the update. that s interesting that feedburner gives me more Google reader subscribers that the number indicated above (407 vs 176). i wonder where this discrepancy comes from.

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  76. Cem Sertoglu said, on June 1, 2009 at 12:51 pm

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    • larrycheng said, on September 7, 2009 at 3:49 pm

      Cem – your blog will be in the updated list coming out this week in all likelihood.

  77. [...] Cheng, a partner at Fidelity Ventures, hascompiled a list of the 100 top VC blogs, according to the number of Google Reader subscribers for each one. Cheng admits that the rankings [...]

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  79. Chris Fyvie said, on June 1, 2009 at 7:09 pm

    Any chance you can outline where each of these vc’s operate? I’m looking for some in Toronto Canada.

    • Matt Lawson said, on June 1, 2009 at 7:18 pm

      Read, read and more reading :-) This will take you roughly 4 hrs. Actually this can be very helpful if you do the researching your own self. There is an unknown element of energy-flow that occurs when you get on the correct course.

      How about….Good Luck!! :-)

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  81. Partha Ghosh said, on June 2, 2009 at 8:32 am

    Venturewoods.org has few tens of thousand readers – am sure there are some on google reader. Its a multi-author blog though,

  82. Deepak Das said, on June 3, 2009 at 9:18 am

    Hi Larry,

    First I’d like to say that this is a good list that you have created.

    While I agree that maybe the perception of “Ranking doesn’t equate to quality of content”, you must give credence to the fact that great content and good interaction/discussion coming from VC bloggers is what makes people come back. I would believe that most of the VC’s who have a good following is simply due to the fact that they engage with the readers and respond to their comments and such. Bloggers who write a blog post for it to be a one-way “top of the soap box philosophical speech” are going to have very few subscribers/readers. The key here is that you need to engage with your audience and treat astute comments/criticism logically and be open to opposing view points as well.

    • larrycheng said, on June 3, 2009 at 11:31 pm

      Deepak, I agree with you as well. The most followed blogs have high quality content, but they are represented by folks who have been blogging for many years. I was just trying to make the point that there are some bloggers who lack longevity, but aren’t lacking in quality and are worth following.

      I agree with you that a good blog should be a dialogue, not a monologue.

  83. AndrewBoldman said, on June 4, 2009 at 9:47 am

    I really liked this post. Can I copy it to my site? Thank you in advance.

    • larrycheng said, on June 4, 2009 at 7:49 pm

      Andrew – I’d ask that you just link to it like the many others who have done so – appreciate it.

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  87. Basil Peters said, on June 7, 2009 at 4:00 pm

    Outstanding list Larry. Great idea for ranking. I wondered the same thing as Nick. Should angel investors be included in the broad category of venture capital? Or is this just a list for Venture Capital Fund bloggers?

    Angel investors invest as much money as VC funds each year. And they invest in about 27x more startups and early stage companies. So I think they are pretty important.

    To augment your list, I started a list of angel investor bloggers at: http://www.angelblog.net/angel_investors_blogs.html

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    This is nice blog, nice why to know which one is better…even ranked by Google REader SUbscribes

  90. Greg Foster said, on June 12, 2009 at 11:55 am

    My blog is http://www.southernvc.com. I ran Corp Dev at Turner Broadcasting for several years and now a GP at Noro-Moseley Partners in Atlanta. Noro-Moseley is the largest and oldest VC in the Southeast. Thanks for setting up this list, Larry – awesome resource…

    • larrycheng said, on September 7, 2009 at 3:52 pm

      Greg – your blog will be on the updated list coming out this week.

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  95. Joey said, on June 26, 2009 at 1:46 pm

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  99. William Mougayar said, on July 5, 2009 at 9:52 pm

    If you like to read all these blogs, and more on VC deals, Angels, Start-ups in 1 place, I configured a vertical news site using the Eqentia semantic aggregation platform http://beta.eqentia.com/techvc

  100. Anupendra Sharma said, on July 8, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    Great work Larry. Please add my blog to your directory.

    Anupendra Sharma, Partner at Siemens Venture Capital.

    Next stop – VC twitters :-)

    Anu

    • William Mougayar said, on July 8, 2009 at 10:07 pm

      Anupendra,
      There’s a pretty decent VCs on Twitter site http://venturemaven.com/
      I’m not affiliated with them, but I’ll add your blog to my Eqentia TechVC aggregator.

      • Anupendra said, on August 26, 2009 at 12:59 am

        Hi Bill

        Thanks a lot for the tip. I’ve bookmarked the site. I tweet (infrequently) @anupendra

        Anupendra

  101. Anupendra Sharma said, on July 8, 2009 at 9:06 pm

    And here’s a tinyURL for this post, which people can twitter.

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  103. jsookman said, on July 19, 2009 at 1:27 am

    Larry,

    Great job researching and aggregating this list.

    For your next (quarterly) update, you may want to consider adding my blog — http://sookman.blogspot.com

    These days I focus on VC/Startups/Tech and tend to have a mobile bias.

    Cheers,
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    • larrycheng said, on September 7, 2009 at 3:54 pm

      Josh – your blog will be on the updated list this week.

  104. William Mougayar said, on July 20, 2009 at 6:43 am

    I combined and re-ranked this list with TechCrunch’s Top 100 Networked VC’s. Interesting results,- Social Media is a big factor, see here: The Top 21 Socially and Deal Networked VC’s http://bit.ly/18XqFI

  105. Racerbook said, on July 21, 2009 at 7:25 pm

    Hey Larry, Thanks for the good info. I am trying to learn how to get my Racing Social Network and blog site to rank higher on Google.

  106. Steve Jurvetson said, on July 23, 2009 at 5:19 pm

    Interesting, and curious about the sample set. Do flickr blogs show up in this list?

    This has become my daily blog, with over 8 million views so far:

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  109. Dave McClure said, on August 6, 2009 at 9:52 am

    hi Larry –

    I started blogging about tech & startups in Silicon Valley 6-7 years ago (initially on a blogspot blog), started doing angel investing after I left PayPal in 2004 (~13 private deals thru 2008), then more recently started working on seed stage deals for Founders Fund in December 2008. While my blog represents my personal views and not those of Founders Fund, my primary topics are Internet startups and technology investing in Silicon Valley and beyond.

    currently I blog at http://500hats.typepad.com and those who don’t find my blog NSFW would likely call me a VC blogger I guess… that or an irreverent moron. I resemble a bit of both. regardless I get ~10K readers / month, and guessing I’d make the top 50, possibly the top 25 (altho I don’t track Google Reader counts separately, according to QuantCast or Compete I think I’m in the top 20 according to your list).

    regards,

    Dave McClure
    Master of 500 Hats

    • larrycheng said, on September 7, 2009 at 4:00 pm

      Dave, your blog will be up on the revised list this week.

      Larry

  110. TPE said, on August 23, 2009 at 10:50 pm

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