As Sam Flemming writes, this chinese blog should really be at Nr. 1 of the Technorati Charts.
Just browsing through some of her articles, you can see she can get well over 100,000 page views per article and at least 1,000 comments per article, sometimes 3-4,000
Now, after Sams intervention, this blog sits at Nr. 1 of the Technorati Charts. Here is background info by Steve Rubel.
Given the rapid growth in blogging in other languages we’re going to see a big shake-up in the so-called „A-list.“ Lots of bloggers in other countries, particularly Asia, are going to push the rest of us down the food chain. Good for them. The blogosphere is truly flat.
Scary, the thought that at some point we will not be able to read any of the A-List Blogs, if they all look like the one of Xu Jing Lei:
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here we go. no idea what the comment above says. can someone translate it for me, please?
many thanks in advance.
„Almost every day I visit her blog, and I appreciate her, and she wrote very frankly, very true, I am looking forward to her the second film which she directed showing“
plus: there is a translator in google.
you’re right – Ididn’t think of that… didn’t even consider copying the chinese letters (looks cool by the way!) into google.
Just tried, it, works perfectly!