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Not that I am at all obsessive about such things, at least not since I forced myself to keep checking down to once a month or so, but out of the allegedly 71 million blogs tracked by Technorati (surely less than half of which are active), Nearly Legal has crashed – or perhaps tiptoed – into the top 100,000. In fact it currently stands at 96,524. Definitely in the relegation zone compared to the premiership giants like the Barrister Blog, Binary Law and of course Charon QC, but blimey, nonetheless.

If I could only summon up the strength to squash my scruples (ooh err missus), I could no doubt retire on the google-ad revenue, but the ads are not going to happen.

For a niche blawg even within the niche of blawgs, I’m chuffed to be in the top 1.428 percent. Still, by the time anybody reading this checks, the blog will no doubt be placed at 105,367 or something.

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.


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