Introducing the LAMB Leaderboard

by Dylan · March 9, 2008 · LAMB Leaderboard · 7 Comments

The LAMB Leaderboard is a way for the LAMB to scratch the backs of the sites that have scratched the LAMB’s back – in other words, it’s a ranking of the top 20 sites that are sending visitors to the LAMB. The leaderboard is updated monthly, typically within the first few days of the new month.

As you no doubt noticed, there is an image located next to each site name. The way this will work is easy: if a LAMB has sent me a banner for the Random LAMB widget (200 X 90), I’ll use a miniature version of it for this leaderboard; if not, I’m inserting a generic cartoon LAMB. If you’d like to send me a banner, the details can be found here. If you have any ideas or suggestions on how to improve the leaderboard and/or make it more meaningful, please let me know.

Finally, thanks to Diesel of Mattress Police and for some ideas and inspiration on running a successful blog directory.


7 Responses to Introducing the LAMB Leaderboard

  1. Matt says:

    I know have a new goal in life; become number 2 on this list. I know number one is unattainable.

  2. Fletch says:

    Don’t be so sure. As of right now, the number one spot for this week is not held down by Blog Cabins…

  3. Check it out. I see Rowthree made a dent on the leaderboard! Nice.

  4. tommy salami says:

    The Best Animated Feature article for the “Devours” is on the IMDB hit list today, so hopefully that will drive some visitors LAMB’s way. I posted a link to the site when I posted the article on my blog.

  5. themidnightshowing says:

    New member to LAMB, but I’m thinking I can get to the top 5 in my first month.

  6. Fletch says:

    midnight – Well, not a top 5 finish for the month, but 8th place for a partial month as a new LAMB is nothing to sneer at. Congrats!

  7. Wow…two months in a row? I figgered hitting the top 20 was unattainable for me–I don’t even use the link on my site to come here.

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