Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Twelve thousand page views in two days.

It took just over one year to achieve the landmark of 100,000 page views. Thanks to some sort of coverage by the Enterprise, the blog had more than 12,000 page views in just over 48 hours.

The spread of IP addresses in our logs has never been so extensive with new visitors coming from all over the region. Of course, our IP address logs are only kept for the current month with all data deleted on the first day of the subsequent month.


Anonymous said...

I'm glad the Enterprise finally did something right, even though they didn't mention your url.

ESD15.org said...

I am glad they didn't mention the URL.

Those that support the District's choices by default would visit the blog and start flaming me.

Those that actually care will take the time to Google "Mark Zandberg" and "Blog" and possess the inclination to read a few entries before drawing conclusions.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, that "flaming" thing. It's a lot of fun when the bosses buddies get the OK to come down on you, too. That's called "mobbing." People often do it so that the boss won't bully them; it's insurance of a kind. "See, Boss? I bite the people you bite; how about a treat for me?"

Dog eat dog world.