This is it everybody. The final part in our Top 50 Analytics Bloggers 2011 countdown. I bet you have so many questions that need answering. The biggest one being, who is sitting in the number one position? Well, you don’t have to wait much longer. PredictionTech are proud to present the top 10 in our Analytics Bloggers countdown.
10- Dennis Mortensen.
Klout Score: 50 http://klout.com/DennisMortensen
Notable achievements: Dennis deserves to be on this list after building up IndexTools and selling it to Yahoo. He was VP Anayltics at Yahoo for several years and now heads up visualrevenue.com
9 – Dixon Jones
Klout Score: 50 http://klout.com/user/Dixon_Jones
Notable Achievements: He is the Marketing Director at Majestic SEO and also helped to found the search marketing company, Receptional.
8- Dana Lookadoo
Klout Score: 51 http://klout.com/user/lookadoo
Notable Achievements: She is the SEO consultant and trainer at Yo! Yo! SEO.
7 – Jim Sterne
Klout Score: 52 http://klout.com/jimsterne
Notable achievements: Jim heads up the Web Analytics Association as well as the coordinator for the www.emetrics.org conferences.
6- Michele Hinojosa
Klout Score: 52 http://klout.com/user/michelehinojosa
Notable Achievements: Currently the Director of Digital Analytics at Red Door Interactive, and she used to be the manager of Web Analytics for Kelly Blue Book.
5 – Vince Buffalo
Klout Score: 52 http://klout.com/user/vsbuffalo
Notable Achievements: Vince’s background is in economics and political science, and he’s been programming the moment he realized a TI-83 version of Newton-Raphson meant homework checking. He has now moved towards statistics, bioinformatics, and genomics, and currently works for the Bioinformatics Core at the UC Davis Genome Center. His favorites: Emacs, R, Python, clojure (just getting started ), math and statistics, cappuccinos, orchids, and being outdoors. He has a personal website at www.vincebuffalo.com.
4 – Eric Peterson
Klout Score: 54 http://klout.com/user/erictpeterson
Notable Achievements: In the past, he has worked with well-known brands such as Microsoft, Disney and CBS. He also founded The Analytics Exchange.
3 – Drew Conway
Klout Score: 56 http://klout.com/user/drewconway
Notable Achievements: He worked for four years in Washington DC as a research and analytical consultant for the Intelligence and Defence Communities.
2 – Hilary Mason
Klout Score: 60 http://klout.com/user/hmason
Notable Achievements: Hilary is the lead scientist at bit.ly, where she is finding sense in vast data sets. She is a former computer science professor with a background in machine learning and data mining, has published numerous academic papers, and regularly releases code on her personal site,www.hilarymason.com. She has discovered two new species, loves to bake cookies, and asks way too many questions.
1 – Avinash Kaushik
Klout Score: 78 http://klout.com/user/avinash
Notable Achievements: He is the co-founder of Market Motive INC and is also Google’s Digital Marketing Evangelist.
So there we have it everybody, Avinash Kaushik is in the number one slot. Do you agree with our countdown? Maybe there are a few names that you think are missing from the list? Well, there maybe a few alterations to the list when PredictionTech presents ‘Top 50 Analytics Bloggers of 2012′.
If you would like to see the other positions in the countdown, then please click on the parts you would like to see.
Part 1: Positions 50-41
Part 2: Positions 40-31
Part 3: Positions 30-21
Part 4: Positions 20-11
Part 5: Positions 10-1