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Friday, September 30, 2011

It's the End of the Month, End of the Season, Blogroll Cleanup Time.

Had to make this post before October strikes. Let's see how far we get.

As the title of the post states, the baseball season is over. September is now in the books. But before we flip the calendar page to October, it's time to do the monthly maintenance on the Sports Card Blogroll.

So let's get on to business. At the beginning of the month (or after the last Blogroll clean-up post), there were 335 blogs on the active blogroll. Twelve blogs were added to the roll in September to bring the total up to 347 (we're almost at 350 folks...keep those blogs coming). But the following blogs have reached six months of inactivity, so now it is time to move them to the inactive list. Those blogs include:
Ten blogs. That brings our total down to 337 active blogs to start October. Meaning that the blog experienced a gain of +2 blogs from last month.

As always, if you, or someone you know, has or plans on starting a Sports Card Blog, in any sport, please e-mail me at bdj610@hotmail.com so I can add it onto the active roster. If you are the writer of any of the above blogs, or any other blog that hasn't been updated for more than six months and you plan on writing again, please let me know too. The more voices, the more knowledge we can share about this great Hobby.

Sincerely,

JayBee Anama

P.S. I just noticed one particular blog that hasn't been updated in five months. If that blog reaches six months by the end of October, the Hall of Fame section in the blogroll will have a new member. Whose blog is it? Let's just say that this blog was one of the pioneers and most popular blogs of the time. And the writer was a big help to me when I first started. jba

2 comments:

night owl said...

After looking at your Hall of Fame category on the blog roll, I thought you might like to know that The Baseball Card Blog is still kicking. It features three writers now, including Ben.

mmmrhubarb said...

http://thrashblog.blogspot.com/