Mostly I use the little notification bell in WordPress to see and reply to comments here on 35hunter. It's a convenient way of viewing them all in one place, and keeping track of my replies - as you get a little reverse arrow to indicate you've done so next to the original comment. But today… Continue reading 10,000 Comments Richer
Do you make photographs just for the sake of having something new to share on your blog? Or do you blog when you're ready, to share the photographs you've already made? Mostly, when I'm out making photographs myself, I'm not thinking about this blog. I just want to find beautiful compositions, and enjoy whichever camera… Continue reading Do You Blog To Photograph Or Photograph To Blog?
After blogging for a few years, you start to notice patterns and trends in the posts published. One overall trend is obvious - the longer a post has been published and out there on the world wide web, the more chance it has had of being read. A pattern I really enjoy seeing is what… Continue reading Photography Blogging – Sleepers And The Long Tail
I recently published my 555th blog post on 35hunter. As a pure number, this feels like quite an achievement, and assuming a post is on average around 700 words, it adds up to well over 380000 words. Perhaps enough for four or five novels. This doesn't include comments I've written, which perhaps add up to… Continue reading How To Write 555 Blog Posts
Recently, I published the 500th post on 35hunter, which for someone who loves stats and figures, is something of a milestone. It also took me firmly past the 447 posts of my previous blog, making 35hunter the longest running and largest body of written work I've published online. Here are the five most important lessons… Continue reading Three Lessons From 500 Posts Of Blogging