Catching Up on Comments and E-mails

by Kevin on January 29, 2009

Just wanted to say a quick thanks to everyone who has commented recently. I try to respond to each relevant comment with an e-mail reply, but I am way behind.

Some quick shout outs to consistent commentors: Steve in Denmark, Ashley from Wide Open Wallet, Living Almost Large, Phillip, Russell, Kym, Start-Up, Matt SF, … the list could go on and on. Forgive me if I neglected to mention you!

For you non-commentors out there: why don’t you stop by? Leave your mark on this blog. Change my opinion (or try to, I am rather stubborn). Get your free RSS or e-mail updates. Stumble Upon an article or two that you like.

All of those are important for the success of this blog, but the one I enjoy the most is commenting. It keeps the discussion going and proves that someone is actually reading what I’m writing.

So thanks to everyone who has stopped by recently and shared their opinion. Let’s keep on marching together toward debt freedom!


Mrs. Accountability January 29, 2009 at 10:26 pm

Hi! I just wanted to say I agree with you, it’s great to get comments! I am starting to think comments are something like solicitation returns… for example, when you send out 1000 solicitation letters you can expect to get a 2-3% response. Enjoy your blog, keep up the good work!

Steve in Denmark January 30, 2009 at 10:32 am

Glad to be of help there, Kevin. Even if my comments only serve to cause other people to read them and think ‘what a smart-arse, I’m not gonna be like HIM!’.

Plus, this blog could use a little ‘European English’ spelling now and again 😉

An always interesting, sometimes provocative read, long may you continue (to be a success).

PS. ‘In Denmark’ isn’t my real surname…

Ken January 31, 2009 at 6:35 am

Keeping perspective is your best advice here. People need t understand that the economy is cyclical not stuck! Better days are ahead. Investors need to recognize this as well. I also think, like you, if they would turn off FOX and CNN they would do a better job of keeping perspective. Good Post!

Kevin February 5, 2009 at 10:05 pm

@Mrs. Accountability: That’s a great analogy. Send out those postcards in the mail and hope someone responds. Develop the community. Get people talking on their own… the whole idea.

@Steve: Haha, you made me literally laugh at loud at that one. I’ll try to add some more colour to my posts for thee.

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