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Venture Capital (VC) Blog Directory – 2011 Edition

Posted in Technology, Venture Capital by larrycheng on January 19, 2011

This is the 4th edition of the Venture Capital Blog Directory (1st edition, 2nd edition, 3rd edition).  This directory includes 149 venture capital, microVC/seed, and growth equity blogs.  The imperfect statistic used to rank these blogs is their average monthly uniques in Q410 from Compete (more methodology info below).  Blogs that have seen increased traffic over Q409 by 1,000+ uniques/month are highlighted in bold.  There is an additional list below of VC blogs below that had insufficient Compete data.  To subscribe to the top 15 VC blogs through Google Reader, click here: Top 15 VC Blogs.  As always, if there is any information missing or incorrect, please leave it in the comment field.  Many thanks to my colleagues at Volition Capital for their assistance with this directory – we hope it’s a useful service for everyone.   

The Global VC Blog Directory (Q410 Avg. Monthly Uniques)  

  1. Paul Graham (@paulg), YCombinator, Essays (97,227)
  2. Fred Wilson (@fredwilson), Union Square Ventures, A VC (81,483)
  3. Mark Suster (@msuster), GRP Partners, Both Sides of the Table (53,655)
  4. Brad Feld (@bradfeld), Foundry Group, Feld Thoughts (38,821)
  5. Chris Dixon (@cdixon), Founder Collective, cdixon.org (20,988)
  6. David Skok (@bostonvc), Matrix Partners, For Entrepreneurs (14,173)
  7. Charlie O’Donnell (@ceonyc), First Round Capital, This is Going to be Big (13,970)
  8. Larry Cheng (@larryvc), Volition Capital, Thinking About Thinking (13,215)
  9. Dave McClure (@davemcclure), 500 Startups, Master of 500 Hats (11,127)
  10. Ben Horowitz (@bhorowitz), Andreesen Horowitz, Ben’s Blog (10,686)
  11. Jeremy Liew (@jeremysliew), Lightspeed Ventures Partners, LSVP (9,344)
  12. Bijan Sabet (@bijan), Spark Capital, Bijan Sabet (8,256)
  13. Ryan Spoon (@ryanspoon), Polaris Venture Partners, ryanspoon.com (7,828)
  14. Albert Wenger (@albertwenger), Union Square Ventures, Continuations (7,469)
  15. Roger Ehrenberg (@infoarbitrage), IA Capital Ventures, Information Arbitrage (7,182)
  16. Rob Go (@robgo), NextView Ventures, robgo.org (6,934)
  17. Josh Kopelman (@joshk), First Round Capital, Redeye VC (6,778)
  18. David Cowan (@davidcowan), Bessemer Venture Partners, Who Has Time For This? (5,993)
  19. Mendelson/Feld (@foundrygroup), Foundry Group, Ask The VC (5,963)
  20. Bill Gurley (@bgurley), Benchmark Capital, Above The Crowd (5,428)
  21. Jeff Bussgang (@bussgang), Flybridge Capital Partners, Seeing Both Sides (5,223)
  22. David Hornik (@davidhornik), August Capital, VentureBlog (5,157)
  23. Seth Levine (@sether), Foundry Group, VC Adventure (4,858)
  24. Eric Friedman (@ericfriedman), Union Square Ventures, Marketing.fm (4,706)
  25. Andrew Parker (@andrewparker), Union Square Ventures, The Gong Show (3,854)
  26. Mark Peter Davis(@markpeterdavis), DFJ Gotham Ventures, Venture Made Transparent (3,602)
  27. Lee Hower (@leehower), NextView Ventures, AgileVC (3,459)
  28. Christine Herron (@christine), Intel Capital, Christine.net (2,484)
  29. Will Price, Hummer Winblad, Will Price (2,348)
  30. Jon Steinberg (@jonsteinberg), Polaris Venture Partners, Jon Steinberg (2,318)
  31. Jason Mendelson (@jasonmendelson), Foundry Group, Mendelson’s Musings (2,171)
  32. Marc Andreesen (@pmarcablog), Andressen Horowitz, Blog.pmarca.com (2,151)
  33. Jon O’Shaughnessy (@j_oshaughnessy), Dace Ventures, jonoshaughnessy.org (2,095)
  34. Sarah Tavel (@sarahtavel), Bessemer Venture Partners, Adventurista (1,968)
  35. Ed Sim (@edsim), Dawntreader Ventures, Beyond VC (1,948)
  36. Mike Hirshland (@vcmike), Polaris Venture Partners, VC Mike’s Blog (1,910)
  37. Dan Rua (@danrua), Inflexion Partners, Florida Venture Blog (1,510)
  38. Rob Hayes (@robhayes), First Round Capital, Permanent Record (1,509)
  39. Matt McCall, DFJ Portage Venture Partners, VC Confidential (1,430)
  40. Mo Koyfman (@mokoyfman), Spark Capital, Mo Koyfman (1,422)
  41. Fred Destin (@fdestin), Atlas Venture, Fred Destin’s Blog (1,405)
  42. David Feinleib (@vcdave), Mohr Davidow Ventures, Tech, Startups, Capital, Ideas. (1,353)
  43. Rick Segal (@ricksegal), JLA Ventures, The Post Money Value (1,308)
  44. Alex Taussig (@ataussig), Highland Capital, Infinite to Venture (1,239)
  45. Christopher Allen (@christophera), Alacrity Ventures, Life With Alacrity (1,188)
  46. Nic Brisbourne (@brisbourne), Esprit Capital Partners, The Equity Kicker (994)
  47. Chris Fralic (@chrisfralic), First Round Capital, Nothing To Say (844)
  48. Ouriel Ohayon (@ourielohayon), Isai.fr, MYBLOG by Ouriel (799)
  49. Multiple Authors, Highway 12 Ventures, Highway 12 Ventures Group (780)
  50. Martin Tobias (@martingtobias), Ignition Partners, Deep Green Crystals (723)
  51. David B. Lerner (@davidblerner), Columbia Seed Fund, David B. Lerner (716)
  52. Baris Karadogan, ComVentures, From Istanbul to Sand Hill Road (615)
  53. Dan Grossman, Venrock Associates, A Venture Forth (614)
  54. Jason Caplain (@jcaplain), Southern Capitol Ventures, Southeast VC (599)
  55. David Aronoff (@dba), Flybridge Capital Partners, Diary of a Geek VC (539)
  56. Mike Speiser, SutterHill Ventures, Laserlike (490)
  57. Tomas Tunguz (@ttunguz), Redpoint Ventures, Ex Post Facto (441)
  58. David Beisel (@davidbeisel), NextView Ventures, GenuineVC (427)
  59. Eric Ver Ploeg (@everploeg), Metric Ventures, Pocket Watch (403)
  60. Allan Veeck (@aveeck), Pittsburgh Ventures, Pittsburgh Ventures (353)
  61. Ryan McIntyre (@ryan_mcintyre), Foundry Group, McInblog (314)
  62. Satya Patel (@satyap), Battery Ventures, Venture Generated Content (310)
  63. Saul Klein (@cape), Index Ventures, LocalGlo.be (306)
  64. John Ludwig (@jhludwig), Ignition Partners, A Little Ludwig Goes A Long Way (296)
  65. Pascal Levensohn (@plevensohn), Levensohn Venture Partners, pascalsview (251)
  66. Derek Pilling, Meritage Funds, Non-Linear VC (250)
  67. Kent Goldman (@kentgoldman), First Round Capital, The Cornice (217)
  68. Rob Finn (@robfinn), Edison Venture, Ventureblogalist (215)
  69. Rich Tong (@richtong), Ignition Partners, Tongfamily (190)
  70. Jeff Joseph (@venturepopulist), Prescient Capital Partners, Venture Populist (137)
  71. Chip Hazard (@chazard), Flybridge Capital Partners, Hazard Lights (131)
  72. Paul Fisher, Advent Venture Partners, The Coffee Shops of Mayfair (122) 
  73. Jason Ball (@jasonball), Qualcomm Ventures Europe, TechBytes (47)
  74. Ted Rogers (@vcbrazil), PPI Ventures, Venture Capital Brazil (35)
  75. Greg Foster, Chrysalis Ventures, SouthernVC (15)
  76. Michael Cichowski (@mcichows), Edison Venture Fund, Digital Goggles (14)

Other VC Blogs

This list includes other VC blogs that didn’t make the primary directory for one of the following reasons: (1) They don’t have any Q410 Compete data due to insufficient traffic, (2) There was insufficient data on the blog subdomain, or (3) They are a hybrid blog/corporate website meaning the actual blog traffic is hard to decipher.  They are in no particular order.

(Methodology:  We aggregated the unique visitors for each blog on Compete.com for Oct-Dec 2010, and then divided by three to get a monthly unique traffic score.   If blogs only had data for one or two of the months, it was presumed that the missing months had no traffic and the aggregate number was still divided by three.)

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  1. […] Bussgang (see bolded names in the list below). You can read the full list of all 73 VC blogs on Cheng’s blog. Which is your favorite VC power blogger and […]

  2. […] Bussgang (see bolded names in the list below). You can read the full list of all 73 VC blogs on Cheng’s blog. Which is your favorite VC power blogger and […]

  3. […] Bussgang (see bolded names in the list below). You can read the full list of all 73 VC blogs on Cheng’s blog. Which is your favorite VC power blogger and […]

  4. […] Bussgang (see bolded names in the list below). You can read the full list of all 73 VC blogs on Cheng’s blog. Which is your favorite VC power blogger and […]

  5. Josh Hannah said, on January 19, 2011 at 6:00 pm

    You should include my partner David Skok’s fantastic blog, forentrepreneurs.com, which by your methodology I think would be a top 10 blog.

    • larrycheng said, on January 19, 2011 at 10:49 pm

      Josh – I don’t know how I missed David’s blog. I’ve heard good things about it. It’s updated, and you’re right, he’s #6. Thanks for the update!

  6. […] Bussgang (see bolded names in the list below). You can read the full list of all 73 VC blogs on Cheng’s blog. Which is your favorite VC power blogger and […]

  7. […] 20 ,完整的目录可以看这里。Paul Graham (@paulg), YCombinator, Essays (97,227)Fred Wilson (@fredwilson), Union Square […]

  8. trish bertuzzi said, on January 19, 2011 at 7:40 pm

    David Skok’s forentrepeneurs blog is amazing so I second that recommendation. One of my best “go to” blogs for great information is that put out by OpenView Venture Partners. LOVE it http://blog.openviewpartners.com/. Keep an eye on it for future recommendations!

    • larrycheng said, on January 19, 2011 at 10:48 pm

      Trish – thanks – I put the Openview blog on the list and also included David’s.

  9. […] 访问量与排名无关紧要,但对于有志于成为天使投资人的读者来说,这份收集了大量著名投资人信息的目录可以省下不少收集的功夫,成功人士的经验总能发挥些作用。我们节选了其中的前 20 ,完整的目录可以看这里。 […]

  10. fred wilson said, on January 19, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    Larry

    Paul’s essays are great and I will gladly pass the torch to him

    But compete’s data is wrong

    My traffic is up 30% year over year. Click the link that says traffic at the bottom of AVC for my stats.

    Google analytics shows the same thing

    • larrycheng said, on January 19, 2011 at 10:38 pm

      Fred, I recall you being one of Paul’s biggest fans. You pointed me to him in the first place awhile back.

      Sorry the Compete data is off for your blog. They pretty materially underestimate the traffic to my blog as well – any ideas for better sources next time around?

      Are others finding that Compete data is low?

      • fred wilson said, on January 20, 2011 at 8:18 am

        the problem is all of these sites have relatively low audiences. the third party tracking services, compete, comscore, alexa, etc will all be unreliable.

        you could ask each blogger for their google analytics stats. i’m happy to share mine.

  11. Greg Foster said, on January 19, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    Thanks for putting this together, Larry. I am no longer with Noro-Moseley. I am an EIR with Chrysalis Ventures now and CEO of BrightWhistle, a new start-up in Atlanta.

    • larrycheng said, on January 19, 2011 at 10:40 pm

      Greg, thanks for the info, I updated it.

      • Greg Foster said, on January 20, 2011 at 5:26 pm

        Yeah – just echoing Fred’s thoughts. The data is way off. But… while I like Fred’s idea to share Google analytics info, my hunch is that several bloggers don’t use Google analytics. Some use StatCounter, etc. There is a lot of intellectual horsepower on this list – I gotta believe we can come up with some sort of solution. Nevertheless – thanks for doing this – very cool.

  12. Ouriel Ohayon said, on January 20, 2011 at 1:30 am

    thanks for adding me in the list but i am not with LightSpeed and Gemini. I have recently cofounded Isai.fr an early stage fund for internet startups. I am also the cofounder of appsfire.com

    would be great to update the title

    thanks

    Ouriel Ohayon

    • larrycheng said, on January 21, 2011 at 12:34 am

      Ouriel – it’s updated. Hope all is well and good luck with the new fund.

  13. […] Larry Cheng posted his 4th annual Venture Capitalist Blog Index today, listing and ranking 155 blogs written by venture capitalists. I discovered it when a feed we […]

  14. […] A friend of mine (thanks Rémi!) just sent me the TechCrunch article about the top VC bloggers. The Techcrunch article referred to Larry Cheng and his 2011 edition of the VC blog directory. […]

  15. Sarah Tavel said, on January 20, 2011 at 9:42 am

    Larry – Thanks so much for updating this. Would you mind updating my twitter handle? I no longer tweet at Adventurista. Now I’m at @sarahtavel.

    Thank you!

  16. Dave mcclure said, on January 20, 2011 at 12:28 pm

    hi larry, thanks for including me in the list :)

    a few corrections:
    – my current affiliation is now 500 Startups, not Founders Fund (still a fan though ;)
    – my twitter handle is still @DaveMcClure (@500startups is our fund’s handle)

    also, for future lists you may want to track our 500 Startups blog (http://blog.500startups.com) in addition to my personal one. we just launched last year, but it’s already growing strong and is authored by my partner Christine Tsai.

    • larrycheng said, on January 21, 2011 at 12:29 am

      Dave – let me know if I got it right… the 500startups blog is towards the top of the other list…

  17. jennifer jones said, on January 20, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    Hi Larry, Thanks for the list. You missed a great blog written by Lisa Suennen of PSILOS http://www.venturevalkyrie.com/
    She just began it a few months ago but it is one of the only healthcare blogs and it is candid, funny and getting great traction. Check it out.

    • Lisa Suennen said, on January 20, 2011 at 11:02 pm

      Thanks, Jennifer, for the shout-out. Larry, it would be great to be included in your list. I have had a pretty significant following myself despite being out there for only 8-9 months and I don’t think Compete tells the story. Best, Lisa

      • larrycheng said, on January 21, 2011 at 12:39 am

        You should be all set – in the second list. Unfortunately, Compete doesn’t have any data yet but sounds like things are going well so next time it should register.

  18. bob dorf said, on January 20, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    Thanks for the great list. Where’s Steve Blank, steveblank.com….he writes on the same subject quite often, and Compete puts him at 33,000 monthly average for q4, which would rank hiim pretty high, like fifth!

    • larrycheng said, on January 21, 2011 at 12:32 am

      Bob, which venture firm does Steve work for?

      • bob dorf said, on January 21, 2011 at 2:06 pm

        he’s a serial entrepreneur, founder of 8 startups, and teaches entrepreneurship at berkeley, stanford and columbia, and advises a few funds. he’s invested with a bunch of funds and does some investing himself. it feels like your list goes somewhat beyond “pure” vc’s, and steve’s writing is totally pointed toward startups, startup optimization and vc.

  19. jonathantower said, on January 20, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    Larry –

    I second Fred Wilson’s comment that Compete data is woefully under-representing certain blog stats, including my own: Adventure Capitalist. The blog URL is http://jonathantower.wordpress.com. At the risk of sounding immodest, my blog traffic has surged in the past year, largely due to a lot of tech media like peHUB republishing my posts.

    By your methodology, I am fairly confident it would be in the top ranks. Not sure why you are not able to scrub the right data, but feel free to drop a note to me at jtower(at)citroncapital(dot)com and we can correct if there is an issue on our end.

    Best,
    Jonathan Tower

    • larrycheng said, on January 21, 2011 at 12:36 am

      Jonathan – yeah, Compete is a little all over the place. Hence my comment that it’s an “imperfect” source. But, maybe it’s consistently imperfect so directionally correct? I’ll connect with you. Maybe I need to find a way for people to submit their own data next time.

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  21. Tom Tunguz said, on January 21, 2011 at 12:37 am

    You should throw my blog up there too: tomasztunguz.com. 5k uniques per month according to Google Analytics.

    • larrycheng said, on January 21, 2011 at 12:45 am

      Tom, you’re up. I had to go with Compete data which seems to be low across the board to everyone, just to be fair. Somehow I need to get a direct feed from Google Analytics for everyone…

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  23. Jim Andelman said, on January 21, 2011 at 1:54 pm

    Larry, thanks for putting this together. Great resource. When you have a moment, check out John Greathouse’s blog at http://www.infochachkie.com. John is a Partner here at Rincon Venture Partners. Haven’t checked Compete, but GA shows about 6k avg monthly UVs.

  24. […] Personally, I have followed some of them like Fred, Mark, David and Larry for few years and have thoroughly enjoyed reading them time and again. For the complete list, do visit http://larrycheng.com/2011/01/19/venture-capital-vc-blog-directory-2011-edition/ […]

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  27. Jay Caplan said, on January 24, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    Great post, thanks much. Two more for your list:

    http://thebij.com/ Bijan Salehizadeh, M.D., General Partner at Highland Capital Partners

    http://stevekrupa.com/ Steve Krupa Managing Member at Psilos Group Managers

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  29. Erika Brown Ekiel said, on January 26, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    Larry,
    Thanks for doing this. What a terrific project! I wanted to alert you to a new blog by Greylock Partners. It’s written by multiple members of the firm and can be found at http://www.greylockvc.com.

    Also, for what it’s worth, before joining Greylock I ran the Midas List at Forbes. I can say from experience that it’s a slippery slope to ask people to submit their own numbers. Even with imperfect data from Compete, you’re likely to get far more accurate results when working with an objective third party!

  30. Ted Rogers said, on January 28, 2011 at 9:19 am

    Larry — yeoman’s work on the list and I’m grateful to be on it (even at #73! – hope to ramp things up this year). If you don’t mind, I am no longer at PPI Ventures but ArpexCapital, a VC firm based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
    Obrigado! (thanks in Portuguese)
    Ted

  31. Timothy Post said, on February 6, 2011 at 3:35 pm

    Could you please make an OPML file (via the Bundle feature in Google Reader) available to all of us with all the RSS feeds listed above?

    Thank you for making this resource available. It’s very valuable and useful to read these VC’s thoughts.

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    This is a very nice and thorough list and ought to be bookmarked by every entrepreneur. Each offer a different perspective and insight.

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    Hi Larry,

    This is a great list! By the way, we’d really appreciate if you could add the blogs of ff Venture Capital partners, John Frankel (www.any.biz) and David Teten (www.teten.com), Thanks for putting this out there for everyone :)

    Franklin

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