Some time ago, as I was spending more and more time on Mile High Report I wanted to look at who the top commenters and posters were on the site. So I spent some time looking up the numbers and creating a post on the topic. The first one was done back in April 2010, and asked the question: How Often to Post? This looked at a number of members of MHR and created a ratio of comments per post they do. Now this post created some interesting discussion, but it really came down to whether your post had a purpose, if it did, post it. I did a follow up post in October of 2010 and rather then revisit the topic, I was looking to update the list I had, and have some fun looking at the numbers.
So while this off-season has been slow in terms of news relating to football, I thought it would be interesting to look a bit at Mile High Report and it's members. It is important to remember that there isn't a good or bad here, having a high or low ratio isn't better then the other.
Now as I said in the last two posts, obviously this isn't everyone, I apologize to those I have left off, but if I didn't include you you can go to you profile and take you comments and divide them by your posts and BAM! You have you own ratio. I also included the date these members joined, and those in bold are staffers.
Numbers as of June 3, 2011 and only include numbers for Mile High Report:
|Name||Posts||Comments||Ratio Comments per Post|
|the new Bradfather||19||4894||258|
Here are a few quick awards for those I looked at, and are just for Mile High Report numbers, I didn't include all of the other SB Nation sites. Feel free to post your own numbers and ratios in the comments section if you want to.
Comment Champ: Troy Hufford (17964)
Highest Ratio (highest ratio of comments to posts): McGeorge (869 comments for every post)
Lowest Ratio (lowest ratio of comments to posts): John Bena (1 comments for every post)