Sunday, September 10, 2006

A Million Page Views

The Bubble Meter Blog has now received a million page views. The blog was founded in late May of 2005. By my measures, the Bubble Meter Blog has been a tremendous success. The blog has been mentioned and/or quoted in the Washington Post, Washington Post Express, Washington Times, NY Times among others. It has made its rounds among the blogosphere.

Thank you to all the visitors who read this blog. :-)

A double thank you to all the commentators who comment on my postings. The citizen reporters who email me bubblicious tips are especially thanked. Keep it coming. :-)

A real special thanks to my fellow bubble bloggers. You are truly an amazing group of people.

Blogging will continue as the housing market continues to decline. So much more is left to report, discuss and digest in the coming years.


  1. "The Bubble Meter Blog has now received a million page views."

    900,000 of those must have been Lance.

  2. congratulations from germany

    i always enjoy your blog

  3. I think Lance is responsible for many of those page views as people visit to read his comments!

    If this were merely an "echo chamber", David would not have half the views.

  4. Congrats David! Thanks for your stewardship of this very informative site.

  5. Congratulations! (Relatively new reader.)

  6. Good for you!

    Wishing you continued success.

  7. Been here with you for a long time

    you have worked hard to make this blog what it is David...

    continued success

  8. Just more proof of a bubble blog bubble.



  9. The only bubble is all this talk about bubble.

  10. Congratulations David!

    It's a new paradigm for bubble blogs.

    My $0.02.

  11. Congrats David!

    You've put a lot of work into it and it shows.

    Did you get my blurb on whats happening in the vancouver market? I might use it elsewhere if you don't have a use for it.

    Keep up the fine fine work!

  12. congrats david! from the little people on barry

  13. Congrats David! Well done. I enjoy the perspective your blog gives. Keep up the good work. We know how much work/frustration you go through to "keep it clean" and appreciate the hard work.