The Weekly Shonen Jump rankings which can be found here are those from issue 26 of 1999 to the last issue of the previous year.
The current rankings and information on how the rankings work can be found on the main blog PharaoDopazo .
The dates listed are from the dates printed on the magazines. However those magazines were released two weeks before the dates mentioned. This does not affect the rankings in any way.
Please also note that Pyu to Fuku! Jaguar which ran between 2000 and 2010 was always place last no matter what it rank was. As a result you will not see it listed.
Also, Kochikame has been included in these rankings. This series is not affected by the ranks in any way.
Did you know?
>Katekyo Hitman Reborn! ended in 2012 while Haikyu!!, PSI Kusuo Saiki and Assassination Classroom all started that same year.
>Many series such as Kurogane, Magico and ST&RS started in 2011, but Nisekoi was the only successful series
>The One Piece time-skip occurred in 2010
>Kuroko no Basuke, Beelzebub and Medaka Box are among the series that started in 2009. Eyeshield 21, Majin Tantei Nogami Neuro and To Love Ru are the series that ended that year
>Psyren, Nurarihyon no Mago, Toriko and Bakuman started in 2008 however Prince of Tennis, Muhyo to Roji no Mahoritsu Sodan Jimusho and Hatsukoi Limited ended that same year
>Sket Dance and Hatsukoi Limited started in 2007 whereas Shinsetsu Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo ended that year
>To Love-Ru started in 2006 while Death Note and Mr. Fullswing ended that same year
>Majin Tantei Nogami Neuro started in 2005 while Ichigo 100% ended that same year. Did you also know that the Naruto time-skip also occurred that year?
>Gintama, Death Note, Katekyo Hitman Reborn! and D.Gray-man started in 2004 but Yu-Gi-Oh, Shaman King and Black Cat ended that year
>Buso Renkin started in 2003 whearas Hikaru no Go ended that year
>Ichigo 100% and Eyeshield 21 started in 2002 while Seikimatsu Leader den Takeshi! ended that same year
>Both Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo and Bleach began in 2001
>JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (Part 6) and Sand Land began in the 2000 editions
>Both Naruto and Prince of Tennis started running in 1999.