Our friends at Small Batch Inc. have just launched their new project Wikirank, a website that tracks what’s popular on Wikipedia, grouped by trending topics and articles with the most views. It also generates nifty charts that you can embed on your website or blog.
Wikirank shows you what people are reading on Wikipedia. It’s based on the actual usage data from the Wikipedia servers, which the Wikimedia foundation makes available as a public service. We take that data, process it, and give it back to you in a format that’s easy to use and share. Wikirank reveals emerging trends, and lets you embed relevant charts in blog posts and on social media sites.