Photography For Real Estate Blog- Two years old

April 15th, 2007

Photography for Real Estate blog is starting it’s 3rd year of publication tomorrow. For the first year I posted very irregularly but this last year I’ve been posting more regularly. This is the 201st post. Readership has reached an average of around 1500 unique readers per week.

I want to thank all the readers of this blog for all the great ideas. I learn every day from the constant stream of reader ideas and comments.

I have a bunch of ideas for the future. I have a draft for an e-book that compiles all the ideas that I cover in this blog into a more readable format. I just need to get it proof read and stop adding to it. Every day I come up with new and better ideas that I feel I need to add to it before I finalize it. I have to draw the line some place.

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13 Responses to “Photography For Real Estate Blog- Two years old”

  • Interesting anniversary date. Now I get it…You started this blog for tax reasons so that you could write everything off huh?

    Congrats Larry! Few blogs make it more than three months, let alone three years. You’ve created quite an impressive resource here. I always look forward to your new posts.

    – Aaron

  • Congratulations – 3 years blogging is quite a milestone. I check in virtually everyday to see what is happening and find it one of the more enjoyable daily events.

    Thanks for all your diligence and hard work.

    M. James

  • Hi there. I’ve been lurking since January, and I regularly stop in to read what’s new. This is the most informative photography blog site! You’ve got some great information here! Congratulations on 3 years.
    I’m a new virtual tour builder in British Columbia.


  • Congratulations on the milestone. I have learned quite a lot here, and expect to learn more. Thank you.

  • Larry, congratulations, and thank you for putting the time into this.

    It’s great that ideas and knowledge can be shared around like this… and that benefits everybody.


  • Congrats Larry!!!! I just found this blog last week. The information on this site is extremely helpful. Thank you and all the other people for sharing their knowledge.


  • This is one of bookmarked ‘daily visit’ websites which, considering it doesn’t have a daily news section, is unusual for me so well done. This is a also a good use of WordPress, something I wasn’t familiar with before. Perhaps ‘bolting on’ a forum might be worth considering

  • Toutes mes fĂ©licitations pour ce bel effort. Ce blog est une rĂ©ussite, et rĂ©unir autant d’informations et d’intervenants pertinents est un beau travail.

  • Marc,
    Merci des mots aimables. J’apprĂ©cie toutes votre grandes rĂ©troaction et idĂ©es !

    Comment qui pour un type qui a Ă©chouĂ© au premier français d’annĂ©e. Google m’a transformĂ© en lecteur/auteur français… parlant est un plus grand obstacle.

  • Congratulations and Thank YOu! I visit every day and I think my skill set has grown exponentially as a result of the many ideas I have gotten from your site.

    Bon Anniversaire! (Marc can let me know if I spelled it right)

  • Anyway, I’d like to also congratulate you! As most have mentioned, I am also a daily visitor and enjoy the reading thoroughly. As I’m sure is the case with most of the photographers that contribute to this blog, I work from home when I’m not out in the field. So, I look forward to seeing what is new and finding new ways to help me build my business. I feel as though this blog gave me the push I needed to start my company and move ahead. It’s been great so far, and I simply cannot wait to see how far this will take me.


  • Well done Larry!
    I love you blog and it has helped me and my bussiness grow over the past few months.
    No more converginf verticals for me!

    Vince DeStefano
    Property Snaps

  • Good job, Larry! I know how much work it is to maintain something like this, and I appreciate your effort. Count me among your daily visitors who are entertained and informed by you.

    I enjoy your frequent posts and the comments they generate.

    Keep up the good work.

    Bill Bayless

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