Congrats to TechPaul and Tech-for Everyone

thumbs-up My good friend, and fellow technology Blogger, TechPaul who writes the popular Tech-for Everyone Blog, has just turned the clock on half a million site visits. This is an enviable achievement – one that requires consistent daily effort to accomplish.

Blogging is tough. To consistently write useful content, for the reader, is one of the most difficult jobs going, and TechPaul now has more than 500 technical articles on his site. A terrific accomplishment – must be that California air!

Not only is Paul a great writer who is knowledgeable in the whole arena of technology; for me, he has been my sounding board, a great coach, and a special friend.

Congratulations Paul, I look forward with anticipation to many more of your insightful and timely articles.

Pay a visit to Tech-for Everyone , and you are sure to become a regular visitor.


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5 responses to “Congrats to TechPaul and Tech-for Everyone

  1. g

    here here!!

    congrats to you paul! YOUR THE MAN!!

    and thanks too for your advice along the way.

  2. omg, half a million site visits! A depressing thought for me at the moment—one month pumping out articles, maybe have 75 total/


    congrats TechPaul

  3. Mr. Mullins, G, Threio, et al,
    I thank you.

    Non-commercial blogging is an endeavor of very little reward and is largely a “one way street” — but it does have its compensations.

    Bill Mullins – Tech Thoughts has been my “model”, my “measuring stick”, and my inspiration. It was the very first entry on my Blogroll.

    It also gave me one of the highlights of my ‘writing career’ when I was asked to help kick off a new feature titled “Guest Writers — The Reading Room”.
    I would like to encourage those who would like to write, or already write and would like to be seen on Tech Thoughts to submit an article.

  4. whatsonmypc

    Congratulations to TechPaul… Half Million visitors… Wow… Let’s see, if we got a penny per visit; What would that be?