@3 Well if you are going to be a VP, then you better change that postion very quickly.
Those are pretty impressive numbers to begin with, and that was certainly quite a spike on the 11th and 12th! But we really wouldn’t expect anything less from you .
I’d be interested in knowing where you got the stats plugin too. My stats plugin sucks the big one!
I too was pretty curious about the stats page Robert shared but it seems it’s not a plug-in after all but instead a feature for blogs hosted on wordpress.com. See this link: http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/01/03/blog-stats/.
[...] Pero en el caso de Robert Scoble estoy mas que sorprendido; esto es un screenshot de sus estadísticas donde se ve, dejando de lado algunos picos (en Google Trends, o Alexa tambien se ve), que el promedio son 4000 visitantes diarios… [...]
[...] The screenshot Scoble posted recently of his WordPress stats made me wonder if my WordPress installation had the same page but I had somehow missed it. It didn’t. I searched for it thinking it must be a plugin I could install. It wasn’t. It turns out it’s set up for those who are hosting their blogs on wordpress.com directly. [...]
wow that is all i can say. u get a lot of readers and that is amazing. truly amazin.
I wish I could get traffic like that.
I somehow thought you’d have higher numbers than that…
Hmm… just an observation…
[...] After reading Robert Scoble's post about his blog stats, I figured I would take a look at the statistics for my site. Not expecting more than a small steady stream of readers, I was surprised at what I found. Incredibly surprised. Blown away!!! Sure, I recently blogged about Framework Design Guidelines, a book by Brad Abrams, which he then blogged about, which then ended up on the http://www.asp.net home page throughout last week, but this was nuts! Here, take a look:So, I ask you if Scoble's words are indeed true. Do "stats say it all"?Fortunately, in this case the stats are misleading. Apparently, when I recently changed a setting on my custom build of Community Server, I unknowningly created a redirect loop. So, while many rss readers will stop after a maximum number of redirects (at least Omea Reader does), most browsers may redirect forever.The bug has been found and fixed, but until I deploy the fix to my site, I expect the numbers to only slowly decline. Maybe I should deploy the fix sooner rather than later as my web hosting bill may be affected…hmmm…For now, I'm John Anthony the million dollar man José Alberto, the TWO million page view man! Posted: Wednesday, June 14, 2006 5:23 PM by Jose Filed under: Personal [...]
94K, thanks for showing me the screenshot, I’ll never ever see such a number!!
One question if you are reading this: Will you be posting more of videos in your blog now?
[...] Exceptandu-l pe Zoso, care e de departe lider, si avand in vedere ca Vivi pune counter-ul de la trafic.ro pe fiecare pagina, inclusiv harta publicitatii online, se poate aproxima ca un A-list blogger din roblosfera are cam 15.000 de afisari pe luna. De exemplu, Robert Scoble, la scurt timp dupa ce a anuntat ca pleaca de la Microsoft sa se alature celor de la PodTech a inregistrat aproape 95.000 de pageviews in doua zile (dar atunci a fost o intreaga nebunie, pana si BBC-ul avand un link catre blogul lui), dar avand in medie cam 5-10.000 de pageviews pe zi sau 150.000-300.000 de pageviews pe luna. [...]