Saturday, March 25, 2006

Blogging and Readership

I've been browsing around a bit at other blogs (especially Christian) out there, partly out of interest to see what other people are doing, but also because I wanted to get some sense if there was any kind of ways to get this blog out there a bit more. Now, don't get me wrong: I recognize that I've had a good launch in that I've had several comments on my early posts. That, as far as I can see from other blogs, is a bit unusual. I'm grateful to anglifan, Cheryle, sophie and anonymous for their comments and I hope they're stopping in every once in a while to see what is new. Yet, I hope to expand the readership of this blog some more.

So, the question I have for those who stop by is whether anyone knows of any uber-sites for Christian blogs with whom I can register? Any ideas out there?



angli_fan said...

Anglicans Online lists at least 2 such "uber-lists" of Anglican Blogs:

Episcopal Blogs at:

and "Surely not a Comprehensive List of Anglican Blogs" at:

I'd have commented more often, but my work schedule has recently changed, and I'm barely able to keep up w/EV at the moment.

Still reading tho. Keep writing. :)



Phil S. said...

Thanks for the tips, anglifan. I'd seen the same two blogs, but I'm having problems contacting the Surely not list and the Episcopal Blogs looks like it hasn't been updated for a while.

As for not responding, I can track hits on the site, so I know someone is reading. Lurking is, of course, always welcome.