Indonesian Blogs

Dec 5th, 2007, in Internet, by

The ‘beta’ version of “Top 100” Indonesian blogs list.

(December 5th, 2007)

A ranking list of the most popular blogs in and about Indonesia, at

The list of blogs is far from complete, so as below, keep sending in new blogs, currently there are about 90 each in the English section and the Indonesian section, only two in Javanese.

Here’s a screenshot:

Blog Rank

Go see it at

(October 26th, 2007) I’m making a long list of Indonesian blogs, or really blogs about Indonesia, in whatever language, by anyone, so.. please list your favourite Indonesian blogs, or just any that you know about, in the comments below or send me the info.

114 Comments on “Indonesian Blogs”

  1. David says:

    Hi Yuki, if it says “N/A” then it means that Technorati doesn’t know about the blog. The blog owner should go and register with Technorati.

  2. yuki says:

    Hi Patung, but I am pretty sure that those blogs are in technocrati, haha, you can check them.

  3. David says:

    Hi Yuki, sorry yes, your blog is not showing its Tech rank, but it seems to be only yours that has the problem. Weird. Check again in the morning after the rankings are updated and it should be right.

  4. azfa says:

    is my blog rejected??

  5. David says:

    Azfa, there are about 50 blogs in the queue now, I’ll get to yours soon.

  6. David says:

    Phil, back here, and Adrian, back here, I was able to include your blogs in this update, as well as Max Lane’s, all three in the English section.

  7. philry4n says:

    @Patung thanks but the link should be :

    which I found on technorati too :

    thanks again

  8. cosa says:

    thanks for adding my site to the list 🙂

  9. DjunaediRD says:

    It’s Great and saluut for you :mrgreen:

  10. aroengbinang says:

    the idea and the execution are just brilliant, congrats bung. keep inventing new things and putting more colors and vitamins to blogging …

  11. Marisa says:

    @ Patung and everyone

    Please join Official Indonesian Bloggers Group on Facebook.
    See you there!

  12. venus says:

    and the mybloglog tagging means….

    i’m uh, just curious 😀 thx a bunch, patung.

  13. David says:

    and the mybloglog tagging means”¦.

    It’s just a stats script, it tells me, and you, which are the most popular outgoing links. Nothing sinister in it, are you worried search engines can’t follow the links, or what?

  14. Zahara says:

    How are the 6 factors weighted against each other? Are all factors weighted equal? It somehow feels that the weight is not balanced.

    There seems to be too much weight for PageRank (which is a bit odd, especially after the latest PR disaster of Google – it’s actually just a number) and too much for Delicious (who still uses this?) and Bloglines (which has actually little relevance, as only a few people subscribe RSS via it – Feedburner subscriptions would be more important, as they incorporate the Google numbers as well).

    Then there doesnt’t seem to be enough weight on Alexa, which is becoming one of the most important measures for bloggers these days. And how about other measures like Stumbleupon, Digg, Reddit or Propeller?

    It would be nice to know a bit more about the algorithm behind the rankings.


  15. David says:

    Zahara, no they’re not equally weighted, I sometimes change the weightings to get what I think are the fairest results, I’m not giving you the exact figures, but currently Page Rank actually has the lowest weighting, as I agree it’s not too useful. I disagree with you on Delicious, and I can’t use Feedburner stats because not all the blogs use that service, perhaps most don’t. And anyway Feedburner users have to allow polling of their numbers, they have to opt in to this. Without Google numbers being available Bloglines is the next best thing, it has second biggest market share (so not “few” readers.)

    It’s not too difficult to spam Alexa rankings at the mid to low end of things.

    Stumbleupon, Digg, Reddit or Propeller, yes it might be possible to use them but, gee, there’s only so much I can fit on a page, and it’s easier for webmasters to spam the numbers for them than it is for the current factors.

  16. Toni Wahid says:

    Hi Patung,
    I’m so excited to see my blog in 433 rank last night. After more a month blogging, is not really bad isn’t it?
    Thanks to all my reader.

  17. Philry4n says:

    @Patung will my blog name changed at next update? it’s still Phil Ryan

  18. om patung, saya udah daftar blog untuk di rangking, kok masih belum muncul klo di search di indonesia matter? mohon di cek

  19. m. apip says:

    It’s really great work and encouraging for Indonesian to be more active in writing/blogging.

  20. bodrox says:

    Nice job you done here, But, Mr Patung it’s hard to open second page. Why does it happens?

  21. David says:

    Hi Bodrox, what do you mean exactly? You can’t access ?

  22. Noonathome says:

    Hi Patung! Please add my ‘english’ blog

  23. David says:

    Noon, ok you’ll have to wait till about the 15th though.

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