Today, I found the trend watch tool Wikirank through @mashable, and instantly - of course! - I had to compare Sustainopreneurship with some similar (but not same, I'll get back to that in the Concept Part of the book!) concepts. In a sense, it outsmarts the Pageview Statistics tool (found through Wikipedia Article History pages, where you also can subscribe through RSS for changes), with its 2.0-ish design features and compare 30-60-90 days, and also the option to compare other media streams such as Google News, Twitter and New York Times (nota bene: Twitter as a news service in this context!). In another sense, it only covers the maximum of three months back, rolling, whereas Pageview Statistics cover all calendar months in its archive, so both act complimentary.
Screenshot of comparison of Sustainopreneurship, Social Business, Social Enterprise - and the leader of the pack: Social Entrepreneurship. You can also click below to go to the comparison page in itself from the embedded graph and play around, and also to view intro paragraphs to each article in one page - that's cool too!
By the way, Sustainopreneurship is on its way to the fifth consecutive view-per-months record set - in steady growth! See earlier posting here "Googling Sustainopreneurship Part One". I will get back to Part Two, the Blog-o-sphere, soon (with pingbacks and trackbacks - be sure to add your voice in THAT coverage ;).