Most Comments On A Cancer-Related Blog Post In 24 Hours

United States Selena Inouye


Los Angeles, California, United States / April 22, 2011

Selena Inouye posted ablog poston OhMyAchesAndPains about cancer that received received 101 comments in 24 hours.

- comments must be received within a 24-hour period
- time and date stamps must be visible on the post
- all comments must be on a single blog post


Tags: YAABreak CancercancerpostingbloggingWordpress

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  • India Riitul Jha

    Riitul Jha

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  • Pakistan Zechariah Moses

    Zechariah Moses

    I was pretty interested in this video. Because I read a lot about it on uk bestessays so I came here. But after watching the video, I realized there is nothing much going on here, they are just comments.

  • United States Joni Watson

    Joni Watson

    Yeah, I did submit it as a different category, but URDB changed the title. It was meant as "Most Times Cancer Gets WordPressed in 24 Hours," and I asked WordPress bloggers to join me by posting on their blogs and getting comments on their blog posts. All posts and comments were combined for the total. It was a different effort because I worked to get other people to post on others blog posts that day. Not sure why it was changed...

  • United States Selena Inouye

    Selena Inouye

    Thanks Michelle for your support. :-)

  • United States Michelle Pena

    Michelle Pena

    Yay! Congratulations Selena on breaking a record. Love the posts!


    Michelle from UCLA Healthy Lives After Cancer program

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    I agree with Jennifer, this sounds like a different category and for the time being and been switched to denied.

  • United States Jennifer Wark

    Jennifer Wark

    This would be an excellent new category, but the category as it stands now is for comments on a blog post, not a group of posts.

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