Sires Blogging Stats Over Four Years Of Blogging

I’ve been blogging for several years now and I thought it might be interesting to see exactly how many posts I managed to come up with in that amount of time. I’ll start with the oldest blog and finish with the newest.

  • Well Blog Me: The first post was dated 16th April 2005 and to date has 1429 posts with 749 comments.
  • Blogsire: This was my first serious blog, and the first post is dated 16th Nov 2006. The tag line ‘Blogging The Money Way’ was actually no. 1 on Google for ages but now sits at no. 2. It has 871 posts and 1,103 comments
  • SbizzTech: I started this blog to try and get the business and technology tasks offered by the paid to post sites. I started it April 12th 2007 and it has 106 posts and, strangely enough 106 comments.
  • Load Of Bullshit: First post on this blog was on 24th Jan. 2008. This site is about exposing all the BS around the globe and gets quite a bit of traffic. It’s got 180 posts and 905 comments. One of my favorites, I’m only sorry I don’t have the time to update it as often as I should
  • Scenic Adelaide: My first photo blog was born on 28th of Jan 2008. Even though it’s only got 69 posts it has 309 comments.
  • Photos 2 Blog: The first post on my second photo blog took place on 25th June 2008. While Scenic Adelaide has photos of Adelaide and surrounding districts, I use this one to post any photos that I find interesting. It has 30 posts and 130 comments
  • Wassup Blog: Well, what can I say about this blog. It has to be my favorite. The first post was on Aug. 1st 2008, and although it’s not quite a year old it boasts 148 posts and 3,997 comments.
  • Top Software Online: My newest blog has only 2 posts and no comments to date. I’ll be using this blog to test some of the software that’s for sale on my online Top Software store. First post dated June 5th 2009.


So, in total I have posted 2835 articles that have amassed 7299 comments. As you can see the bulk of these comments are on this blog, and I attribute that to several factors.

  1. It’s a DoFollow Blog
  2. The Top Commentators plugin
  3. My reciprocating all comments policy, or at least those I feel are worth reciprocating, which is most because I delete the really bad scammy ones.
  4. Using this blog’s link when commenting on other blogs

This naturally does not include the hundreds of comments that I have deleted because people have not been following the Comment Policy.  If nothing else this should highlight the importance of a good commenting regime, not only in answering those who comment on your blog but returning the favor by leaving a comment on their blog.

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This Post Has 24 Comments

  1. Good morning, Sire.

    Congratulations on all your blogging. Those are some good stats, especially the number of comments.

    Do you still enjoy blogging as much now as you did when you started?

    I’m not exactly sure when I started blogging. All I know for sure was that the words blog and weblog had not been invented at the time. We were still calling it “hey look what I can do!”

    ;)

    I lost my earliest blogs for various reasons. Some blogs ran their lifespan and died. Others were neglected and later closed.

    Now, I’ve reduced the number of my active blogs to just three and find I’m blogging less often than I used to, but I’m more interested in keeping them up than I was a year or so ago.

    Mitch and I have been discussing traffic versus profit on my latest blog post and I mentioned that I disagreed with you about lots of comments equating to increased income.

    I’m not exactly sure that you made that statement anywhere, but with your emphasis on comments and reciprocal comments, I got that impression.

    What do you think?

    Act on your dream!

    JD

  2. I actually enjoy blogging more now than when I started John, my only regret being that I haven’t the time to blog as much as I would like to.

    Mitch and I have been discussing traffic versus profit on my latest blog post and I mentioned that I disagreed with you about lots of comments equating to increased income.

    I don’t believe that I ever said that, and if I did I’m sure that Mitch will prove me wrong. Truth be told I think those people sent to blogs via search engines are more likely to click than regular visitors. But it’s the regular commenting visitors that bring life to the blog, not those who click on the links.

    1. Good afternoon, Sire.

      I just apologized to you on my blog. I didn’t mean to put words into your mouth (blog), but I’m afraid I did.

      I can’t remember when you said more visitors equals more income.

      Sorry for the confusion.

      JD

      1. Dang it! There I go, again.

        I can’t remember when you said more visitors equals more income.

        That’s not what I meant to say.

        I don’t remember you saying that visitors equals more income, so you probably didn’t.

        Sigh.

        I have to go and take a nap.

        JD

  3. Wow, your stats are amazing. I was thinking about starting another site, but I’m struggling to decide on which one. I have a few ideas and also thought that I did not want to split up my time to much.

    Seems you have been busy :)

    1. Too bloody busy George. I now concentrate mainly on this one, but when I can I also add a post here and there on the other ones.

  4. I think there’s more to it than just the fact that you comment and have commentors back. This is a really good blog! I’ve only found it recently, but I like the honesty, the openness, and the fact that your posts always have a lot of data and analysis. You do an excellent job here. Give yourself a little more credit.

    1. Thanks for all the praise Bob, but I’m not the sort of person that likes to toot his own horn. I will gladly accept praise from others though. :wink_ee:

  5. Those are impressive stats Sire. It seems that you have had a load of fun in these years ;) I wish you all the best from now on!

    stratosg´s Last blog post..Member Of The Month: May

  6. I knew you had a few blogs but I didn’t realize it was that many. It’s amazing you can keep up with that many. I really struggle with 3 sites.

    1. Honestly Ned, I wish I had more time mate, but I do the best I can with what I have.

  7. Those are some amazing numbers! Wow. You have been blogging for quite some time now. You are a legend ;)
    Amazing the bower of the Top Commentators plugin.
    Thanks for sharing!
    -B

    1. The legendary Sire! Yeah, it does have a good ring to it doesn’t it. :tongue_wink_ee:

  8. Have you ever thought about consolidating the Sire empire into one super-blog? I am surprised you have managed to do so many post. I think I have done 10 in 4-5 months :)

    1. Nah, that is way too logical David, plus it would mean the demise of the other blogs. I couldn’t do that.

  9. 4 years of blogging, you are really doing it man. I been blogging over a year and can’t picture how many blogs I will have by the time I hit 4 years of blogging.

    Keep up the good work and remember to update your other blogs. I know I forget to because I don’t have time but I am trying to get at least one post in for my other blogs a month.
    .-= Deneil Merritt´s last blog ..Blog and Self Improvement =-.

    1. I try Deniel, but sometimes it’s an uphill battle. No biggy though, I concentrate on my main ones and update the others when I get the time. Don’t want to stress over it as that would ruin the blogging experience.

  10. Wow, I didn’t know you had all of those sites and that you’ve been doing this so long. Great job! I’m going to have to check all of these out now. There goes my afternoon. :)

    ~ Kristi
    .-= Kikolani @ Art of Blogging´s last blog ..Fetching Friday – Resources, #FollowFriday, Guest Post Opportunities, & New Moon Trailer =-.

    1. No need to rush Kristi, they’re not going anywhere. In regards to the time I’ve been blogging, it just goes to show you how much I enjoy it.

  11. Wow Sire, you’ve been busy. I hope you 301’d any authority of the previous blogs to this blog.
    .-= Colleen@Kennewick Homes´s last blog ..Kennewick WA Homes for Sale =-.

  12. Nope, I’ve never even thought of it. How is that done exactly?

  13. It’s actually fairly simple. The redirect is done in a text editer like notepad, then copied to your htaccess file. The syntax has to be exact, but you can find out more by doing a search for something like ‘how to do a 301’ in Google. We are in the process of converting our static website to a blog, so we will have 400ish redirects as our old pages are .php filenames.
    .-= Colleen@Kennewick Homes´s last blog ..Kennewick WA Homes for Sale =-.

  14. Thanks Colleen, I’ll definitely look into that, but I as those blogs are still live I don’t think it’s necessary.

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