The volunteer writers, editors, video editors, graphic designers and researchers at Buddha Weekly are thrilled to hear that Buddha Weekly has been placed under “Top 5 Buddhist Magazines” for online content and ranked number 3, after the venerable publications Tricycle and Lion’s Roar. Buddha Weekly had previously ranked top 50.
Feedspot is an influential feed aggregator. The review “of thousands of Buddhist Magazines” is not by submission but is awarded based on
- Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review
- Google reputation and Google search ranking
- Influence and popularity on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites
- Quality and consistency of posts.
- Chosen because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information.
In the announcement, Feedspot founder Anuj Agarwal wrote:
“CONGRATULATIONS to every Magazine that has made this Top Buddhist Magazines list! This is the most comprehensive list of best Buddhist Magazines on the internet and I’m honoured to have you as part of this! I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world.”
The top magazines — all important publications bringing quality information — were ranked:
1. Tricycle Magazine
The Tricycle Foundation is dedicated to making Buddhist teachings and practices broadly available. Tricycle soon became the leading independent journal of Buddhism in the West, where it continues to be the most inclusive and widely read vehicle for the dissemination of Buddhist views and values.
Frequency about 4 posts per week.
2. Lion’s Roar Magazine
Lion’s Roar is the website of the Buddhist magazines Lion’s Roar (formerly Shambhala Sun) and Buddhadharma, with exclusive teachings, how-tos, news and commentary on Buddhism, dharma, meditation and mindfulness.
Frequency about 12 posts per week.
3. Buddha Weekly Online Magazine
Buddha Weekly is an online magazine covering most important areas of Buddhist living and practice, with a special focus on Teachers, Meditation Practices, Buddhas, Dharma and Sangha. Buddha Weekly Magazine has published on different platforms since 2007. We often profile specific Buddhist practices, teachers and Gurus, and insights into problems we personally may have faced in our practices.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
4. Buddhism Now Magazine
Buddhism Now digital is an online magazine giving advice on how to practise Buddhism in everyday life. The articles are drawn from a variety of practitioners and traditions.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
5. Mountain Record Magazine
With thirty-five consecutive years of publication, the award-winning Mountain Record: The Zen Practitioner’s Journal is the oldest American Zen quarterly and the voice of the Mountains and Rivers Order. We offer inspiring dharma talks, articles, interviews, and photography by practitioners of various faiths on themes relevant to spiritual practice: the environment, ethics and morality, education, science, religion, and more.
Frequency about 9 posts per week.
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Lee Kane is the editor of Buddha Weekly, since 2007. His main focuses as a writer are mindfulness techniques, meditation, Dharma and Sutra commentaries, Buddhist practices, international perspectives and traditions, Vajrayana, Mahayana, Zen. He also covers various events.
Lee also contributes as a writer to various other online magazines and blogs.