Shameless Self-Promotion: Is Now In the Top 15% Of The Black Blog Rankings (BBR)!

What's good everyone,

The official blog of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast, is climbing up the ranks with the Electronic Village's Black Blog Rankings (BBR), now rating in the top 15% out of over 1329 blog sites.

Our Response:

This is great due to the fact that we haven't been around for that long (not even a full year yet - not until the end of October) shows that y'all readers - whether from via our e-mail list (feel free to subscribe by the way, if you haven't already), folks who to give us link love on the 'net whether though our posts or on the blogrolls/link pages (feel free to hit us up for link exchanges and such whenever at or people who just searched for something on the Internet have landed here - decided that you're feeling what's going down over here.

We REALLY appreciate it, for real.

The description of what the the Black Blog Ratings are and mean is taken from the Electronic Village's Website:

Black Blog Rankings lean heavily on the Technorati Authority and Rank score for each blog. The Technorati authority and rank numbers are shown in parenthesis. The authority figure includes a number of factors including the number of blogs that are linked to this blogger over the past six months. The rank number indicates how many blogs are between the person listed and the #1 ranked blog in the world.

We'll do our best keep up the good work & grind over here for quality content at and the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with our articles and the radio show!

Check out all of the Black Blog Rankings (BBR) and the great blogs attached to them at the Electronic Village website this month right here.

Check out the Electronic Village blog (which as all sort of interesting posts and articles on there) by clicking here.


Unknown said...

Congrats on your consistent rise up the rankings! You are currently BBR #171. Have you set a goal for where you want to be by the end of the year?

One of the reasons that I publish this list each month is to encourage Black bloggers to treat their blogs as a product or service that should be measured and should seek continuous improvement. At my gig, we always say, 'you get what you measure'.

Anyhow, I look forward to visiting your blog more often in the future. Thank you very much for sharing this information with your blog readers!

peace, Villager