Kiwiblog

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Kiwiblog
Kiwiblog7dec2008.png
Screen shot of Kiwiblog, 7 December 2008
Web address www.kiwiblog.co.nz
Type of site
National Party blog
Alexa rank
negative increase 100,549 (May 2013)[1]
The Kiwiblog Kiwi

Kiwiblog is a New Zealand right-wing political blog written by National Party advisor and pollster David Farrar.

It is one of the most widely read blogs in New Zealand.[2] The National Business Review has stated that "any realistic 'power list' produced in this country would include either Farrar or his fellow blogger and opinion leader Russell Brown."[3] In August 2006, National Party leader Don Brash commented on the blog.[4]

The blog was created by Farrar in July 2003, on the instigation of then prominent New Zealand blogger Gordon King.

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  1. ^ "Kiwiblog web traffic statistics". Alexa. 18 May 2013. Retrieved 2013-05-18. 
  2. ^ Alexa rank of 185 in NZ, as of May 2013 Kiwiblog web traffic statistics
  3. ^ Ben Thomas and David W Young (20 September 2007). "Politicians will be haunted by their past on internet". National Business Review. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  4. ^ "Blogging a one-off for Brash: 11 August 2006". Retrieved 2006-08-11. [dead link]

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