When I first started blogging, I was looking for an outlet for my love of LEGO. Most of our friends are not as crazy about LEGO as we are, so I just needed a space to share so those around me wouldn’t get tired of me talking about LEGO. Little did I know that one day I would be considered a Top 50 LEGO site! Woohoo! You can check out the list on Feedspot.
I recently received an email from Anuj Agarwal, the founder of Feedspot, to let me know our blog was selected as one of the Top 50 LEGO blogs by Feedspot. Even before viewing the list, I already knew we weren’t a top 10 LEGO blog. I know you guys like me, but I just don’t get nearly the amount of traffic the big blogs get. However, I was pleasantly surprised to see that we are a Top 20 LEGO blog!
If you’re curious about how we made the list, here is a snippet from the page explaining the selection process:
These blogs are ranked based on following criteria
- Google reputation and Google search ranking
- Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites
- Quality and consistency of posts.
- Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review
The great thing about this is we are in excellent company! Other blogs in the top 20 are ones that I frequent at least once a month, like:
Now, these are top sites most LEGO-philes enjoy. However, I did find a few other ones on the list that were interesting:
LEGO Grad Student
If you love LEGO photography, the LEGO Grad Student is a Tumblr blog. It details moments in the life of a grad student.
New Elementary is an interesting site created by Tim Johnson, a LEGO fan who was fed up with the difficulty in finding out what new parts LEGo was putting out. He created the blog as a way to share the information and his own creations with all of us LEGO lovers.
Misty Brick Toys
This is my favorite new find from this list. Misty Brick Toys creates MOCs using LEGO Friends pieces, which immediately caught The Little Bricks eye. He has a restaurant MOC that we ended up recreating a few weekends ago. It also led to this awesome little pool:
As you can see, there are a lot of good sites on that list. So go make sure you check out Feedspot’s Top 50 list of LEGO Sites!