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Media Culpa celebrates six years of blogging

six On Feb 4, 2004, Mark Zuckerberg launched his Harvard student social network Facebook. At about the same time, I was goofing around with this new thing web log, and on Feb 17, I published my first blog post. Six years later Zuckerberg is a billionare and, well, I’m not. Either way, I’m happy that I have managed to keep this blog running for six years today and during that time I have published in excess of 1,400 posts.

During the years, the number of visitors peaked during the tragic Asian tsunami, in late December 2004, much thanks to a number of links from some mainstream media sites. Another day with thousands of visits was on Nov 2, 2005 when Media Culpa was pick of the day by the Blogger team.

A quick look at Google Analytics from Jan 1, 2005 and onwards shows that has sent a lot of traffic my way, it is fifth in the list of top referring sources. On July 18, 2009 the blog received the highest amount of traffic from search engines and my guess is that is from the post about the fake Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Twitter who was quoted by the AP.

I may not be blogging as frequently now as I used to (the last year I have also been running a blog in Swedish about social media), but I promise to keep it going for a little longer. And please don’t be too hard on me if you read the first few blog posts. It was a period of testing and trying to understand the concept of blogging.

Footnote: Image by Marie-II.

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  1. Serge Lescouarnec says

    Just found your 6 years of blogging post after I sent my request for votes for my ‘Six Years Blogging, Lust, Love, Seven Year Itch’ South by Southwest Panel Idea on ‘Serge the Concierge’

    Take care

    ‘The French Guy from New Jersey’

  2. kullin says

    Thanks for your kind comment, Serge. Keep up the great work with your blog and good luck with SXSW.

    / Hans

  3. Serge Lescouarnec says

    Thanks Hans
    Would be honored to get your vote and comments on the Panel Picker page

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