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From the Christian Post:

Longtime blogger and Christian minister Adrian Warnock recently complied a list of the top 200 Christian bloggers ranked by their number of Twitter followers. High on the list are Saddleback Pastor Rick Warren, John Piper of Desiring God Ministries, and Seattle Pastor Mark Driscoll.

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Number one on the list is Pastor Rick Warren with 732,642 followers. See who else rates at the top in the article.


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3 Comments so far
  1. Dan Smith October 29, 2012 8:31 pm

    It would seem that those of us who are little fish stand little chance of making it big in Twitter. I am grateful for my 540 or so followers, but there’s just no way to get close to the big guys. How do we get to that point? Is there hope?

  2. Jonathan February 16, 2013 7:46 pm

    Being on Twitter and having a substantial number of followers doesn’t rank you higher as a blogger. Twitter is a social media tool to drive traffic to your blog, but your success on Twitter can’t be used solely as a source of the ‘Top Christian Bloggers.’ Sorry.

    With that said — what factors are being used to determine the top ranking Christian bloggers? We first need to look directly at the blog instead of their Twitter profile. What are the number of unique visitors monthly? What about search engine ranking? How active are the discussions on the topics posted on said blog, and are those discussions fruitful? How much time are our unique visitors spending on our blog? In essence, are our readers being ministered to?

    I believe if our readers are ‘walking’ away from our site without being ministered to, then we are not being a successful Christian blogger. While the quantity of our unique visitors is important to determining our ranking, more important is the quality of our content and discussion.

    My opinions anywho.

  3. Dr.D February 16, 2013 8:23 pm

    Thanks Jonathan-
    Some good points. Blessings