2000 comments & where to now

In the post election euphoria I overlooked the posting of the 2000th comment so I counted back and discovered it was a compliment from Adolf of No Minister  left on the failed policies of the noughties on Monday.

I started blogging at the end of April and it took more than four months to get 100 comments, the 1001st comment was posted by Inventory 2 of Keeping Stock on September 12 .

That the next 1000 came in less than half that time is pleasing, but to keep it in perspective Kiwiblog probably gets that many in two or three days.

Still, this isn’t a competition, it’s just a bit of fun and that’s what I’ve been having. However, I’ve been thinking about where to from now and there will be a little less politics and a lot more life so I’ll be reducing the quantity of posts with the aim of increasing the quality.

I appreciate the feedback, even – and sometimes especially – when it takes a contrary view to mine, so I hope you’ll keep dropping by and if the mood takes, leaving your thoughts.

5 Responses to 2000 comments & where to now

  1. Gary says:

    Congrats, HP. Your blog has been interesting, both for the politics and posts on a wide range of topics. Keep up the good work!

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  2. homepaddock says:

    Thanks Gary, I appreciate not just this comment, but the others you’ve made.

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  3. scrubone says:

    Well done. You’re certainly doing better for comments than I do!

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  4. I’ve got about 8 comments so bring it on for 2000! Had my first referral from your blog the other day – awesome – must have been because it was “blue” post election!

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  5. ooopinionsss says:

    How you think when the economic crisis will end? I wish to make statistics of independent opinions!

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