2010 top 25 “most valuable” blogs in America

According to 24/7 Wall St. these are the Twenty-Five Most Valuable Blogs in America. Their methodology is described at the link.

     

  1. Gawker properties. Valuation: $240 million.
  2. The Huffington Post. Valuation: $150 million.
  3. Drudge Report. Valuation: $50 million.
  4. PopSugar Media. Valuation: $40 million.
  5. MacRumors. Valuation: $37 million.
  6. Cheezburger Network. Valuation: $35 million.
  7. Perez Hilton. Valuation: $32 million.
  8. SB Nation Network. Valuation: $30 million.
  9. Funnyordie. Valuation: $24 million.
  10. Mashable. Valuation: $20 million.
  11. Seeking Alpha. Valuation: $19 million.
  12. GigaOm $16 million. Valuation: Pageviews of 12 million at a $19 CPM.
  13. BoingBoing. Valuation: $15 million ($18 million in 2009).
  14. ReadWriteWeb. Valuation: $9 million.
  15. Business Insider. Valuation: $9 million.
  16. Breitbart sites. Valuation: $8 million.
  17. BuzzMedia. Valuation: $7 million.
  18. Destructoid. Valuation: $6 million.
  19. Slashfilm. Valuation: $5 million.
  20. Smashing Magazine: Valuation: $5 million.
  21. TPM Media. Valuation: $5 million.
  22. Pitchfork. Valuation: $4 million.
  23. Pajamas Media. Valuation: $3.5 mllion.
  24. Mediaite. Valuation: $3 million.
  25. MichelleMalkin.com. Valuation: $2.5 million.
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