Adventures in Commenting. D'oh!

I owe anyone who has tried to post a comment to this blog an apology. Seems I tested just about everything but the commenting function. It never occured to me because I never thought about the need to comment on my own blog. But after 40-odd posts over the last little while and growing traffic, I was wondering why I wasn't getting any feedback at all from you. So I checked it out and it turns out it was an error on my part.

Sorry about that.

But it's all fixed up now, and I look forward to reading what you have to say in the very near future. For example, what kind of articles would you enjoy reading about on the topic of commercial real estate? If it's something that I know a little about, I'd be happy to give my take on any subjects you might suggest. Thanks!

2 comments:

Jean June 9, 2009 at 1:17 AM  

It's okay to commit mistakes every now and then. Real estate is a big business and it would be great to know if you want to expand that there are free Canadian government grants available. Thanks.

Doug Lytle June 9, 2009 at 9:14 AM  

Thanks for the kind words Jean.

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