January 19, 2007

Do I spend too much time blogging?

Well there’s a bloody obvious answer to that one, isn’t there???

But I’ve found a webstat thing which makes me feel better.

Of the blogs I read regularly (+ mine), my blog is the third-most regularly updated, after Iain Dale and Guido Fawkes. Praguetory, Adrian Monck and Blamerbell all follow.

On average, I write 1.5 posts per day. They tend to take me between 5-15mins to write, which doesn’t seem too bad to me.

Iain Dale writes an average of 2.7 posts per day (far below what he claimed when he spoke in Cardiff last year) and Guido writes an average of 1.9 posts per day.

Blamerbell regularly takes the piss out of me blogging, so it’s refreshing to see he writes 1.3 posts per day, just behind me. Adam Westbrook and David Maxwell manage 0.5 posts per day while Oli Hawkins manages an impressive 0.0 posts per day. Well done, Oli!

Dan Wilson Craw only does 0.4 posts per day (to be fair, he is travelling around the world and might have better things to do), but Pete Swan doesn’t have the same excuse for his 0.4 posts per day.

Most posts I read have been written at 11am or 5pm, and Friday is a surprisingly quiet day in the world of blogging.

I can’t be bothered to link to them all individually, but their links are in my blogroll if you fancy a gander.


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  1. iain dale

    That’s because they take into account the seven months in 2005 when I didn’t blog at all.

    19 Jan 2007, 12:12

  2. The stats I used are from this month.

    19 Jan 2007, 13:16

  3. Skuds

    Shouldn’t you link to this little toy so we can all play?

    19 Jan 2007, 20:33

  4. I read them all on Google Reader (google.com/reader) and it tells me…

    20 Jan 2007, 10:50

  5. Skuds

    Ah. OK. Thanks

    21 Jan 2007, 14:56

  6. Adam

    iain dale
    That’s because they take into account the seven months in 2005 when I didn’t blog at all.

    Christopher Doidge
    The stats I used are from this month.

    You tell him Doidge!!

    21 Jan 2007, 16:35


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