We crossed a few milestones or recently, so I thought I’d share them with you. We launched this blog June 1. Today:
- Feedburner says we have 208 readers. That number fluctuates wildly, but we’ve held your attention better lately, getting from 100 to 200 in a fraction of the time it took to get to 100.
- Google Analytics says we’ve passed 25,000 pageviews from more than 13,000 visits.
- The sandbox page hosting the search plugin for MetaLink accounts for 3,400 of the pageviews from 2,200 odd visits. My post on the plugin accounted for 3,500 pageviews.
- Ruby Inside picked up Rich’s post about our search for a Rails developer, driving more than half of the 1,300 pageviews to his post.
- Our Technorati authority is 44, inching upward.
- Alexa says we’re number 1,025,817, woo-hoo!
- We’re averaging 2 comments per post, not including our del.icio.us bookmark posts, which is more than I expected.
July has been an eventful month for AppsLab. We’re hoping to carry the momentum into August and beyond. Rich built us a strong technical readership, and I hope you people are still reading, despite the drop in hardcore technical content lately. Rich, the one-man development team, is busily working on our “next big thing”. Stay tuned.
Thanks to all you beautiful readers. Keep the comments and feedback coming.