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More Site Graphs

Posted By Darren Rowse 5th of June 2006 Pro Blogging News 11

I thought I’d have a little more fun with the website graphs and have plotted some competing sites against each other:

First Google (left) vs Yahoo (right) – very interesting to see how simple Google keep their homepage in comparison to Yahoo

GoogleYahoo

Secondly the battle of the tech blogs – Engadget (left) vs Gizmodo (right)

EngadgetGizmodo

And lastly a little friendly inter-blog network rivalry – 9rules (left) vs b5media’s (right) home pages – of course 9 rule’s has the prettier one :-)

9-RulesB5-Media

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. Yes, but the b5media one is deeper :-)

  2. Throwing a load error for me, or am i missing something?

  3. Pretty vs deep … hmmm :-P

    /puts on flame suit

  4. Haha. It’s like Google vs Yahoo ;-)

  5. Except we already know who has the upper hand Jeremy ;-)

  6. just different strategies for the home page as far as I can see.

  7. Yeh Jamsi, Deep must equal business model :-)

  8. I totally disagree Darren, I think the b5 one is much hotter…. reminds me of some cool cellular automata stuff I used to be jazzed about back in college lol.

  9. Mike…. Heh… This is a no-spin zone. :)

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