2,000,000 visits!

I have just returned to Geneva from a speaking engagement at the Toastmasters International Convention in Washington, D.C. (More about that in a future post.)

At some point during the eight-hour flight across the Atlantic Ocean, this blog hit another milestone: 2,000,000 visits.

Lego

I am in awe of this number and so grateful for all of the support. The Manner of Speaking community has grown by leaps and bounds since I wrote the first post in May 2009. Thank you for being a part of it! 

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About John Zimmer

International speaker, presentation skills expert, lawyer, improv performer
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14 Responses to 2,000,000 visits!

  1. Marawan Nassar says:

    Congratulations. You words and wisdom deserve more than that.
    Keep going!

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  2. Katie Kallio says:

    Congratulations! Awesome!

    In my recent weekly send out to my Toastmaster Club, Joie de Vivre Toastmaster Club, Toronto, I highlighted your blog as a “must subscribe to” for your intelligent public speaking and presentation posts and speech analysis. Looking forward to your Toastmaster International Convention and speech post!

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    • John Zimmer says:

      Dear Katie,

      Many thanks for the kinds words and for sharing the blog. I very much appreciate it. I just check the location of your TM club and see that you are just north of Yonge and Bloor in Toronto. I used to live very near there many years ago. My two daughters and other family members are in Toronto and I usually get there at least once a year. Perhaps I’ll have the opportunity to visit your club one day. Cheers!

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  3. Emma Bannister says:

    Congratulations !!
    That is amazing.

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  4. infraben says:

    Well done John. 🙂

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  5. Mel Kelly says:

    Congrats John!

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  6. Nathan Schor says:

    John,
    I’ve been lurking here for a while, but it’s time I spoke up.

    WOW! That must make you genuinely proud. Think about it: One visitor at a time, you managed to repeat that mantra, not once, but *two* million times. Dude, that’s downright admirable by any measure.

    I’m impressed all the more, as I’m aware of the persistent behind-the-scenes attention even to get to 1,000, never mind 10K or even 100K, so all the more unimaginable is the elevation you reached.

    Coincidentally, 1K is what I just broke in membership to a meetup I hold in Silicon Valley – Influence Others (http://www.meetup.com/InfluenceOthers) – which focuses on topics aligned with your interests:
    Applying recent findings in neural science to address sales and marketing challenges startups typically face.

    Let me know if you’re planning to be in area and we’ll have you as a guest speaker. I’m confident of attracting 100 attendees at a professional venue.

    Nathan Schor | Resource Center for Scientific Marketing | 305.632.1368 | nathan@rcsm.io

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    • John Zimmer says:

      Nathan,

      Thank you for the detailed comment. I very much appreciate it. Well done to you for your Meetup membership. Getting 1,000 people on board is impressive. I read through the information on your site. It is very exciting and I have joined the group (so you now have one more member). It would be terrific to speak at one of your events one day. I will keep you posted if I am ever in the San Francisco area. Cheers!

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  7. Congratulations John. You consistently have outstanding content on your blog that has me coming back. Here’s to 2,000,000 more. Dave

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