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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

20,000th Post

20000_Posts I'm not sure what this means, but this marks my 20,000th post since I began TaxProf Blog on April 15, 2004.  I am gratified that the blog's traffic has grown each year, reaching 2.9 million visitors and 3.8 million page views in Year 7, making TaxProf Blog again the most heavily trafficked law-focused blog edited by a single law professor.  Other cumulative stats:

  • 25,907 comments
  • 13,122,348 visitors
  • 17,448,872 page views

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Congratulations! I am a recent subscriber and I am very happy that I discovered this wonderful blog.

Posted by: Regina | Jul 6, 2011 7:24:30 AM

Congrats - a great blog :-)

Posted by: Jeff Yates | Jul 6, 2011 8:18:59 AM

You run a great blog!

Posted by: Jim | Jul 6, 2011 9:33:03 AM

Congratulations, Paul! Keep up the excellent work!

Posted by: Caleb | Jul 6, 2011 9:38:20 AM

Ah the madness. I thought approaching 12,000 posts, probably reached tomorrow, was an insanely high milestone but, then TaxProf Blog had about an 8-month head start on Law Librarian Blog. Let's see, that computes to a 1,000 posts per month lead.

Posted by: Joe Hodnicki | Jul 6, 2011 11:02:42 AM

Congratulations on the milestone! That's a serious time investment to help everyone.

Posted by: Woody | Jul 6, 2011 12:08:22 PM

Congrats!

Posted by: George W | Jul 6, 2011 12:14:55 PM

This means you should safeguard your hands against arthritis, so readers can look forward to at least another 20,000 posts!

Posted by: Richard G. Jacobus | Jul 6, 2011 2:42:42 PM

Happy 20,000th-post-day!

Posted by: MochaLite | Jul 6, 2011 4:54:55 PM

Congratulations, Paul, but the number of your posts, impressive as it is, is surpassed by their quality and utility. We are all grateful.
Best wishes, John Prebble

Posted by: John Prebble | Jul 8, 2011 2:19:59 AM