Na -- it's more vice versa I believe -- I am on friendly terms with a number of review sites now (CNet, LinusTechTips, pcmonitors, TFTCentral, AnandTech, HDTVTest.co.uk, PCGamesHardware, overclock.net etc). Several writers now look up to Blur Busters as an authoritative source of motion blur related information.
I'm happy as long as persistence / motion blur is getting more coverage in general, no matter who. The collaborative net intelligence about motion blur is slowly increasing. It would have been improving much more slowly (or not at all) without Blur Busters' voice -- it is a major reason Blur Busters got started, to get a much louder voice to the motion blur problem, that's finally getting more attention for gaming than it was before! The forum collective went "huh?" to my writings in 2012, but slowly, more and more people Internet-wide are slowly beginning to understand ("aha!") today. Still a niche, but a much bigger niche now.