LAMB Report #1

by Dylan · November 9, 2007 · Uncategorized · 2 Comments

Well, The Large Association of Movie Blogs is not even two weeks old, and I couldn’t be much prouder of a parent.

Already, there are 11 LAMBs posted, and one more pending, for an average of more than one site a day. I know that doesn’t sound like much, but with the existing LAMBs all linking to the site, and with some very special LAMBs writing individual posts about it (gold stars are awarded to Joe at Intermission at Work, * (asterisk) from A Blog About Nowt, and Wayward Jam over at Reel Whore – let me know if I’ve snubbed you), I think it’s a great start.

Hopefully, all of you who’ve sent in entries so far are seeing an ever-so-slight traffic boost as well; I can’t say that Blog Cabins has received all that much, but I also can’t say that I expected all that much in the early stages, as I’m pretty familiar with many of you already. Also, I think there are a couple people that still need to put up a link to here on their site, so if you haven’t, please do so for all our sakes.

That’s about all I’ve got right now. Thanks again to all who have entered, and please let me know of any ideas or suggestions you might have on how to make this better and/or more effective.



2 Responses to LAMB Report #1

  1. * (asterisk) says:

    Good work, Fletch, and thanks for the shout out to my non-review blog.

    I’ve had a slow patch recently on Such As They Are, so my traffic is slowly recovering from a slump and LAMB seems to be helping there. I’m hoping to get back on track with a Mike Figgis double bill in the next couple days! I know, I know, y’all can’t wait.

    Cheers for now!

  2. DJ Heinlein says:

    Thank you for the idea of posting an article about LAMB. I’ll get right on that and have an article posted to Matte Havoc as soon as possible. I’m sure there will be several people who would love to have an accessible directory that lists several movie related blog sites.

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