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Global Venture Capital (VC) Blog Directory – Ranked By Monthly Uniques

Posted in Technology, Venture Capital by larrycheng on January 13, 2010

It’s exciting times these days after we launched Volition Capital on Monday (01/11/10).  Commensurate with that launch, we also launched the Ask Volition blog – which is a Q&A blog that is authored by various folks at Volition.  The first post on the blog is: Why did you choose the name Volition Capital? 

Despite all that’s going on, I decided to publish the 3rd version of the Global VC Blog Directory (v1: May 2009, v2: Sept 2009).  The past two versions have been based on Google Reader subscribers.  Some requests came in to do a ranking via monthly uniques to better show current readership – so this edition is ranked by monthly uniques according to Compete.  The specific number is the average monthly uniques in Q409 [(Oct+Nov+Dec)/3].  While Compete does have data for well trafficked subdomains (e.g., approximately 50% of the lesser trafficked blogs on subdomains did not register unfortunately.  I also couldn’t isolate traffic statistics for blogs embedded into a broader site (e.g.  Blogs without traffic stats are on a separate list below.  Apologies to those I couldn’t get data for.  Interestingly, lesser trafficked blogs with their own distinct domains did seem to get picked up more reliably.  Give me feedback on whether you prefer the ranking on subscribers or monthly uniques – I’m not fully committed to either yet.  Expect version 4 of this directory in April 2010 based on Q110 data.  As always, if I’m missing any new or existing VC/PE blogs, please leave it in the comment field.   

Links to subscribe to the Global VC Blog Directory in bulk via Google Reader (RSS/OPML) – will be updated, but still based on v2: Sept 2009:


The Global VC Blog Directory (Avg. Monthly Uniques – Q409)

  1. Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures, A VC (100,279)
  2. Guy Kawasaki, Garage Technology Ventures, How To Change The World (82,838)
  3. Paul Graham, YCombinator, Essays (71,924)
  4. Brad Feld, Foundry Group, Feld Thoughts (45,633)
  5. Mark Suster, GRP Partners, Both Sides of the Table (39,389)
  6. Bill Gurley, Benchmark Capital, Above The Crowd (23,084)
  7. Dave McClure, Founders Fund, Master of 500 Hats (21,462)
  8. Josh Kopelman, First Round Capital, Redeye VC (12,972)
  9. Bijan Sabet, Spark Capital, Bijan Sabet (12,451)
  10. Jeremy Liew, Lightspeed Ventures Partners, LSVP (12,097)
  11. Mark Peter Davis, DFJ Gotham Ventures, Venture Made Transparent (12,010)
  12. Larry Cheng, Volition Capital, Thinking About Thinking (11,851)
  13. Eric Friedman, Union Square Ventures, (11,520)
  14. Multiple Authors, Union Square Ventures, Union Square Ventures Blog (11,408)
  15. Albert Wenger, Union Square Ventures, Continuations (9,729)
  16. Christine Herron, First Round Capital, (9,561)
  17. Mendelson/Feld, Foundry Group, Ask The VC (9,270)
  18. Seth Levine, Foundry Group, VC Adventure (8,206)
  19. Nic Brisbourne, Esprit Capital Partners, The Equity Kicker (8,052)
  20. Fred Destin, Atlas Venture, Fred Destin’s Blog (7,928)
  21. Ryan Spoon, Polaris Venture Partners, (7,904)
  22. Jason Mendelson, Foundry Group, Mendelson’s Musings (7,763)
  23. Jon Steinberg, Polaris Venture Partners, Jon Steinberg (7,595)
  24. Marc Andreesen, TBD, (6,982)
  25. David Cowan, Bessemer Venture Partners, Who Has Time For This? (6,744)
  26. Roger Ehrenberg, IC Capital Ventures, Information Arbitrage (6,396)
  27. Dan Rua, Inflexion Partners, Florida Venture Blog (6,278)
  28. David Hornik, August Capital, VentureBlog (5,920)
  29. Stewart Alsop, Alsop-Louie Partners, Alsop-Louie Partners (5,346)
  30. Ted Rogers, PPI Ventures, Venture Capital Brazil (5,146)
  31. Ed Sim, Dawntreader Ventures, Beyond VC (3,973)
  32. Jeff Bussgang, Flybridge Capital Partners, Seeing Both Sides (3,224)
  33. Ouriel Ohayon, Lightspeed Gemini Internet Lab, MYBLOG by Ouriel (3,102)
  34. Rick Segal, JLA Ventures, The Post Money Value (2,723)
  35. David Lerner, Totius Group, Columbia Venture Lab, David B. Lerner (2,627)
  36. Rob Hayes, First Round Capital, Permanent Record (2,596)
  37. Rich Tong, Ignition Partners, Tongfamily (2,589)
  38. Mike Speiser, SutterHill Ventures, Laserlike (2,324)
  39. Will Price, Hummer Winblad, Will Price (2,066)
  40. Peter Rip, Crosslink Capital, EarlyStageVC (1,926)
  41. Rob Go, Spark Capital, (1,908)
  42. Chris Fralic, First Round Capital, Nothing To Say (1,826)
  43. Matt Winn, Chrysalis Ventures, Punctuative! (1,757)
  44. Satya Patel, Battery Ventures, Venture Generated Content (1,744)
  45. Multiple Authors, Highway 12 Ventures, Highway 12 Ventures Group (1,700)
  46. David Beisel, Venrock Associates, GenuineVC (1,590)
  47. John Ludwig, Ignition Partners, A Little Ludwig Goes A Long Way (1,562)
  48. Sarah Tavel, Bessemer Venture Partners, Adventurista (1,518)
  49. Mike Hirshland, Polaris Venture Partners, VC Mike’s Blog (1,492)
  50. Martin Tobias, Ignition Partners, Deep Green Crystals (1,426)
  51. Christopher Allen, Alacrity Ventures, Life With Alacrity (1,283)
  52. Mo Koyfman, Spark Capital, Mo Koyfman (1,128)
  53. Derek Pilling, Meritage Funds, Non-Linear VC (1,090)
  54. Kent Goldman, First Round Capital, The Cornice (1,084)
  55. Greg Foster, Noro-Moseley Ventures, SouthernVC (1,082)
  56. David Aronoff, Flybridge Capital Partners, Diary of a Geek VC (847)
  57. Matt McCall, DFJ Portage Venture Partners, VC Confidential (844)
  58. Lee Hower, Point Judith Capital, Venturesome (802)
  59. Allan Veeck, Pittsburgh Ventures, Pittsburgh Ventures (789)
  60. Paul Fisher, Advent Venture Partners, The Coffee Shops of Mayfair (777) 
  61. Rob Finn, Edison Venture, Ventureblogalist (734)
  62. Jason Caplain, Southern Capitol Ventures, Southeast VC (723)
  63. Baris Karadogan, Com Ventures, From Istanbul to Sand Hill Road (712)
  64. David Feinleib, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Tech, Startups, Capital, Ideas. (709)
  65. Ryan McIntyre, Foundry Group, McInblog (675)
  66. Marc Averitt, Okapi Venture Capital, OC VC (654)
  67. James Chen, CXO Ventures, PureVC (551)
  68. David Pakman, Venrock Associates, A Venture Forth (646)
  69. Rachel Strate, EPIC Ventures, Wasatch Girl (528)
  70. Jeff Joseph, Prescient Capital Partners, Venture Populist (446)
  71. Max Niederhofer, Atlas Venture, Life In The J Curve, baby (445)
  72. Jason Ball, Qualcomm Ventures Europe, TechBytes (413)
  73. Pascal Levensohn, Levensohn Venture Partners, pascalsview (397)
  74. Saul Klein, Index Ventures, (102)

Additional VC Blogs (No Traffic Data)

  1. Multiple Authors, Volition Capital, Ask Volition (n/a)
  2. Tim Oren, Pacifica Fund, Due Diligence (n/a)
  3. Jeff Clavier, SoftTech VC, Software Only (n/a)
  4. Stu Phillips, Ridgelift Ventures, Soaring on Ridgelift (n/a)
  5. Scott Maxwell, Openview Venture Partners, Now What? (n/a)
  6. Raj Kapoor, Mayfield Fund, The VC In Me (n/a)
  7. Howard Morgan, First Round Capital, Way Too Early (n/a)
  8. Rob Day, @Ventures, Cleantech Investing (n/a)
  9. Steve Jurvetson, DFJ, The J-Curve (n/a)
  10. Philippe Botteri, Bessemer Venture Partners, Cracking the Code (n/a)
  11. Andrew Parker, Union Square Ventures, The Gong Show (n/a)
  12. Marc Goldberg, Occam Capital, Occam’s Razor (n/a)
  13. Allen Morgan, Mayfield Fund, Allen’s Blog (n/a)
  14. Daniel Cohen, Gemini Israel Funds, Israel Venture Capital 2.0 (n/a)
  15. Max Bleyleben, Kennet Partners, Technofile Europe (n/a)
  16. Jeremy Levine, Bessemer Venture Partners, Nothing Venture, Nothing Gained (n/a)
  17. Michael Eisenberg, Benchmark Capital, Six Kids and a Full Time Job (n/a)
  18. Sagi Rubin, Virgin Green Fund, The Grass is Greener (n/a)
  19. Vineet Buch, BlueRun Ventures, Venture Explorer (n/a)
  20. Richard Dale, Sigma Partners, Venture Cyclist (n/a)
  21. Steve Brotman, Silicon Alley Venture Partners, VC Ball (n/a)
  22. Ho Name, Altos Ventures, Altos Ventures Musings (n/a)
  23. George Zachary, Charles River Ventures, Sense and Cents (n/a)
  24. Jacob Ner-David, Jerusalem Capital, VC In Jerusalem (n/a)
  25. Ed Mlavsky, Gemini Israel Funds, GOLB: Is This Israel? (n/a)
  26. Michael Greeley, Flybridge Capital Partners, On The Flying Bridge (n/a)
  27. Sid Mohasseb, Tech Coast Angels, Sid Mohasseb (n/a)
  28. Peter Lee, Baroda Ventures, Seeing Eye To Eye (n/a)
  29. Ted Driscoll, Claremont Creek Ventures, Evolving VC (n/a)
  30. Justin Label, Bessemer Venture Partners, Venture Again (n/a)
  31. Adam Fisher, Bessemer Venture Partners, Savants in the Levant (n/a)
  32. Gregoire Aladjidi, Techfund Europe, Investing In What’s Next (n/a)
  33. Todd Dagres, Spark Capital, Todd Dagres Tumblelog (n/a)
  34. Santo Politi, Spark Capital, This and That (n/a)
  35. Robert Goldberg, Ridgelift Ventures, Tahoe VC (n/a)
  36. John Abraham, Arrowpoint Ventures, JMA’s Views On Everything (n/a)
  37. David Dufresne, Desjardins Venture Capital, Dav-Generated Content (n/a)
  38. Brad Burnham, Union Square Ventures, Unfinished Work (n/a)
  39. Brian Hirsch, Greenhill SAVP, New York VC (n/a)
  40. Multiple Authors, Foundry Group, Foundry Group (n/a)
  41. Charles Curran, Valhalla Partners, VC Blog (n/a)
  42. Multiple Authors, Brightspark Ventures, Let the Sparks Fly! (n/a)
  43. Jon Seeber, Updata Partners, Jon’s Ventures (n/a)
  44. Todd Klein, Legend Ventures, Media VC (n/a)
  45. Multiple Authors, True Ventures, Early Stage Capital (n/a)
  46. Adi Pundak-Mintz, Gemini Israel Funds, Adisababa’s Weblog (n/a)
  47. Don Rainey, Grotech Ventures, VC in DC (n/a)
  48. Art Marks, Valhalla Partners, Entrepreneurial Quest (n/a)
  49. Rob Schultz, IllinoisVENTURES, Go Big or Go Home (n/a)
  50. Tony Tjan, CueBall Capital, Anthony Tjan (n/a)
  51. Cem Sertoglu, Golden Horn Ventures, SortiPreneur (n/a)
  52. Larry Marcus, Walden Venture Capital, Walden Venture Capital (n/a)
  53. Anupendra Sharma, Siemens Venture Capital, So Little Time, So Much… (n/a)
  54. Steve Jurvetson, DFJ, Uploads from Jurvetson (n/a)
  55. Gil Debner, Genesis Partners, TechTLV (n/a)
  56. Multiple Authors, Tech Capital Partners, Tech Capital Partners Blog (n/a)
  57. Simon Olson, FIR Capital Partners, Venture Capital Thoughts and Reflections (n/a)
  58. Josh Sookman, RBC Ventures, Startup Life (n/a)
  59. Vishy Venugopalan, Longworth Venture Partners, Longworth Venture Partners Blog (n/a)
  60. Chip Hazard, Flybridge Capital Partners, Hazard Lights (n/a)
  61. Ed French, Enterprise Ventures, (n/a)
  62. David Stern, Clearstone Venture Partners, The Raging Insterno (n/a)
  63. Jonathan Tower, Citron Capital, Adventure Capitalist (n/a)
  64. Dan Parkman, Venrock, Disruption (n/a)
  65. Charlie Kemper, Steelpoint Capital Partners, Opine Online (n/a)
  66. Eric Ver Ploeg, Metric Ventures, Pocket Watch (n/a)
  67. Jeff Bocan, Beringea LLC, Jeff Bocan (n/a)
  68. Boris Wertz, w media ventures, w media ventures (n/a)
  69. Charlie Federman, Crossbar Capital, CosmicVC (n/a)
  70. Multiple Authors, Golden Horn Ventures, Golden Horn Ventures (n/a)

If you know of any other VC/PE blogs, please put the URL in the comment field.  It will be included no later than the next update.   

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  5. dpakman said, on January 14, 2010 at 2:42 pm

    Hi, number 65 is not “Dan Parkman” but David Pakman, at Venrock. Thanks for fixing.

  6. Eric Friedman said, on January 14, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    Thanks for doing this round up again, and including in the list. Very helpful to have the lists ready to subscribe to as well – always good to be reading new blogs.

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    Erick Schonfeld requested Twitter lists for these bloggers

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  12. Sean said, on January 15, 2010 at 8:00 am

    Please add, thanks.

    • larrycheng said, on January 15, 2011 at 12:27 pm

      Sean, I’m doing an update this weekend. Nice blog. I had trouble finding your background – full name and VC firm that you work at? Could you let me know?

  13. davidjwbailey said, on January 15, 2010 at 8:30 am

    many thanks for this – brilliant resource and brilliant links!

  14. The Private Equiteer said, on January 15, 2010 at 9:19 am

    Great list Larry; it’s going to take some time to sift through, but great stuff.

    My PE/VC blog, The Private Equiteer, is feeling a little unloved though. 🙂

  15. Vicki J. Brown said, on January 15, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    Congratulations on ranking #12 by unique visitors!

  16. Steve Schlafman said, on January 15, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    You forgot to mention Roger Ehrenberg from IA Capital Ventures:

    According to, Roger’s blog attracted 8,846 uniques last month.

  17. Derek Pilling said, on January 16, 2010 at 11:20 am

    Noticed link to my blog is broken in your list. #48 goes to wrong site. Has to be hard to keep track of the details; huge list. Thanks for putting it together.

  18. Jason Schwartz said, on January 17, 2010 at 12:14 pm

    Charlie O’Donnell, First Round Capital

  19. Manoj Ranaweera said, on January 18, 2010 at 5:46 am

    Larry, I add the list to my posterous account and will add to later. Many thanks for compiling it!

  20. Top VC Blogs | secondflush said, on January 18, 2010 at 11:02 am

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  21. Mark Littlewood said, on January 20, 2010 at 8:51 am

    You might like to add this. Covers a lot of venture capital and private equity in UK.

    Great list.

  22. Geoff said, on January 21, 2010 at 3:28 pm

    Thanks for the work. We launched in 08. NY centric

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  25. tom said, on February 4, 2010 at 2:47 am

    thanks for creating the list.

  26. Charlie said, on February 12, 2010 at 7:00 pm

    According to compete, I’d be in at 15,966 and I was at First Round Capital all three months. Fittingly, that puts me just ahead of Josh for the 8th spot. 🙂

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  28. bclingamfelter said, on February 23, 2010 at 2:14 pm

    there is also by RRE ventures (Stuart Ellman and Eric Wiesen)

  29. C Praveen Kumar said, on March 3, 2010 at 11:50 pm

    This blog is now read in 4 Continents, 12 Sub Continent Regions, 29 Countries and 165 Cities across the world. (Source: Google Analytics)

  30. Roman Shekhtmeyster said, on March 15, 2010 at 2:49 am

    Just posted an extensive list of venture capital and angel investor blogs to Feel free to borrow from it!

  31. Philippe Bottero said, on March 15, 2010 at 6:26 pm

    Larry – happy to give you my trailing month unique for your post. Please drop me an email when you need an update. The last three months average were 1559 UV/month.

    I think the subscriber number has less volatility than the UV and you had them for all the blogs but all in all I am not sure it makes a big difference.

    Thanks for doing this :+)


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  34. Aakar Vachhani said, on May 8, 2010 at 12:29 pm

    Wondering if you can include my blog:


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  38. articles said, on May 28, 2010 at 10:19 am

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  41. Jon O'Shaughnessy said, on July 21, 2010 at 12:19 pm

    Hi Larry,

    Love the list/site. Would like to include my blog in the next update if possible: I’m an associate at Dace Ventures in Waltham, MA and just started blogging a couple weeks ago.

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