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Top Italian blogs

Interested in the most popular blogs in Italy ? Qix offers a list of the top 200 blogs providing an insight as to what Italians are following, and trends in Italian blogging. Politics (Beppe Grillo) , Blogging (WordPress), Search Engines (Motoricerca), and Travel (travelblog) all rank high, followed by many amateur blogs that have become very popular in a wide range of topics, including philosophy. The list also provides blog popularity trends and is updated frequently. And if you need to brush up on your Italian: Learn Italian is the best website out there!

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Sante J. Achille

10 Responses to Top Italian blogs

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  2. Janet says:

    Hi I dont know if you can help me, last night I was surfing and found a site of two doctors who were collection quilts for Children affected by the Earthquake, I forgot to save it, does anyone know what this blog was called please.

  3. Ron H says:

    Does anyone know of any female Italian readers (narrators) of books on tape (or CD) in English? I love hearing the Italian accent in English speech. Thank you.

  4. Kate says:

    I’ve just spotted this blog, it’s just been created but it seems useful for those who want to learn the language and see which are the most common Italian mistakes


  5. Melissa says:

    I’m looking to sell 2 tickets to the September 13th soccer match between Inter Milan and Catania. The game was originally scheduled for Sunday, September 14th and we will not be able to make the game. Where do the Italians post such things. The equivalent to this is Craigslist in the US.
    Thanks for your help.

  6. Emigré says:

    This is my blog as an Italian expat to France.


    I am loking also for other expat Italians in France to contribute in comparing these two cultures, so do not hesitate to post a comment if you are willing to participate!


  7. Bryan Followell says:

    I would like to speak italian to someone who is fluent and perhaps have them correct my mistakes. Can anyone help?

  8. Sante J. Achille says:

    Hi Olafur,
    glad you liked the resource – I’ll keep you posted via the blog if I spot anything else worth investigating.

    Cheers and seasons greetings,


  9. Olafur Kr. Olafsson says:

    Hey Jachille, very interesting. http://it.blogbabel.com/ is a great source of information. Can you point me to similar coverage of other national or international blog-communities?

  10. David Temple says:

    Great idea to provide blog popularity trends instead of just a straight forward list. Blogging about blogging also seems to be popular here.

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