IP Draughts was officially launched two months ago, on 11 April 2011. Since then, we have published over 60 posts, received over 5,000 direct hits on the site, and acquired over 100 regular subscribers (directly and via Google Reader). Our readers seem to be based mainly in the UK, but also in the US, Canada, Australia, Denmark, Sweden and other countries.
To help us make the blog more interesting, we would like to know what you think. A survey appears below. First, though, some more statistics. Behind the scenes, WordPress provides us with information about the blog. Below is a screeen shot of a recent “site statistics” page, showing the most popular postings on the blog since it was established. Apologies for the poor resolution.
Excluding the home page, and Why is this blog called IP Draughts, the subjects covered by the most popular postings include: the drafting of international IP assignments, costs in the English Patents County Court, judicial interpretation of drafting mistakes in contracts, a report on a debate about patents, and the execution of deeds. Thank you, Victor and Lisa, for writing two of the top five posts.
So, what would you like to see in the blog? I have created a poll, below, but feel free to add comments to this posting (or suggest other questions for the poll). Please let us know what works for you and what doesn’t, and help us make the blog better.
Thanks for your continuing support.