|How many visits a day do you get? What type of comments do you receive?
Around 2000 per day. Most of the comments thank me for the solutions provided. Some of them also ask questions.
I hardly get any comments. No idea how many visits I get.
On my main blog (Spain: The Blog) I get an average of about 30 hits a day. Comments vary.
My other blog (Spainsh Phrasal Verbs) does not get as many hits. Comments usually involve someone leaving an addition to my list of so-called Spanish Phrasal Verbs.
Comments are mostly funny, because Wundurful Wurld is funny.
It ranges between 3 and 25 hits/day. Most of my "followers" are people I know so they pick up the phone and talk to me rather than post comments on line. When Mingus died a few weeks ago on November 18th, a number of people did post on the site.
I get maybe 10 visits a day. I get comments mainly from a circle of known bloggers, but occasionally get some from those that I quote or reference in the blog.
My blog posts usually cross-post to three or more blogs. On one, I average 33 views per post. On another, I average 200 or so views per post. On some, I average much less. It depends on the blog.
And, most of the comments are discussion of what I'm talking about or links to articles I might find interesting.
As of now about 20 visits on average. Usually the only comments I receive are those that agree with the blog.
I have not been given comments on this particular blog (www.independentstoriesinc.com/TheDailyBlog.htm). On my other blogs, I have gotten a few kudos but nothing substantial. As for visits, I only get about 10 per week. On some of my other blogs, I can get about 20 per week.
Mother Anarchy got a lot more visitors and a lot more comments. RainSolace gets about 20 a day and not many comments.
It has ranged from 15,000 to 250 depending on when I publish an entry. I usually get picked up by various other sites and I average about 4,000 reads an article.
The comments range from people thanking me for a subject, to calling it bologna. Many give their own stories of the supernatural or argue a point.
I have had my comments blocked for a long time. This is because I don't think a blog should be a debate. There are forums for debate such as the ones on Amazon.com. People should use those. My email address is available and the reader is free to respond to my email address. I did get a comment on one of my blogs and it was very positive and then I realized that I should not solicit compliments or criticism on a blog if I have work on Amazon because Amazon has the forums for promotion as well. Why hide good comments in cyberspace?
I get about 200 hits a day. Comments are usually by other bloggers and friends.
I am not sure the exact visitations. However, it being estimate betweem 10,000 to 15,000. Most of the comments are positive of the notes that we post. Of course, we also got our share of disenters.
In an average i get 217 visits per day (from 26/02/2006 to 16/02/2009 i got 237898 visits).
There are some comments that supports my causes they usually says, good post, plus, nice... so and so.
But there are some who reacts. They scold me like anything.
But what is really expected, to create a open debate and dialog, happens rarely.
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