Although our readership is over 1,500 unique visitors in any one month period, I was always worried about the lack of comments made by the general public.
However, I logged onto the website of the (Hendon and) Finchley Times this morning and found something that gladdened my heart.
It seems that it is not only our newspaper which has a lack of interaction with our readers. The following chart shows the audited circulation of the Hendon Times.
We can see from the above chart that they have approximately nine times more readers than us, so if we divide 27 (from the first chart) by nine (how much more circulation than us), we arrive at the figure three. Which is about how many comments we get to our articles a month.
This can only mean that the majority of people are happy with their lot in Finchley? Or does it?