For the ranking of libertarian websites, there are several criteria that go into determining whether or not a website qualifies as a "libertarian website." Please read these over before submitting a website for inclusion and make sure that the meets all the criteria
What is a website? - The two data sources that are used to generate the rankings, Compete and Alexa, collect and store data only for entire domains or subdomains. Therefore only entire domains or subdomains are included
This is important because there are some sections of websites that are libertarian, but are hosted on domains that are not libertarian. For example, John Stossel's blog qualifies as libertarian, but the domain it's hosted on, foxbusiness.com, that are not entirely libertarian. This is important because were John Stossel's blog to be included in the rankings, the only data that would be available is for the entire foxbusiness.com domain. Considering that very likely most of the visitors to foxbusiness.com are not libertarians and are not there for the libertarian content, the inclusion of their traffic statistics skews the rankings enough to make them no longer useful.
My vision for the list is to have it include somewhere around 150 twitter accounts that represent a cross section of both the most followed and mentioned libertarian twitter accounts as well as the twitter accounts of some of the most important libertarians and libertarian organizations.
The huge number of potential accounts to include force me to use a much more narrow set of criteria. The criteria for being a libertarian and what constitutes a libertarian twitter account remain essentially the same, with the realization that personal twitter accounts are often less focused and thus more leeway is given for less libertarian focused content.