October had been an exciting month for me, so here goes. I had a blog hosted at Blogspot since mid-2004 and I was half-hearted about blogging then. Not until I moved it to my current host in October 2004 that I started to take it seriously. I’ve had two websites running since then and visitors to the sites are very few and far in between. Averaging 40-50 visitors per month, most of them were of my online photo gallery at Snapshots of Life.
Read from January downwards, the numbers were almost constant, August and September, I ohad a little improvements and then BAM!!! 4805 freaking unique visitors in October! I’m not of Kennysia‘s pedigree yet but hitting 4800 uniques/month?! There has got to be something special under my sleeves.
Don’t play play lar, there’s nothing special about my blog, you see see oledi you know, you think I eveliday flame pee-ple like the whores at blogsome dot com meh?
There are actually three websites under my domain to be accounted for the stats. I’ve launched an online photo album for the fans of Ayumi Kinoshita around mid-October. And THAT you guys, is the reason why the site traffic hiked. I’m speculating that it had accounted for 40% of page views in the stats.
The most viewed page being Alexallied.com and Ayumi Kinoshita gallery’s photo viewer. Sadly, my hard-worked tutorial posts had to settle for 3rd and 4th.
Yahoo! sure served me well. A week ago, I was fourth on their search result on “Ayumi Kinoshita”, but dropped to 18th lately *sigh*. Google hasn’t yet listed my site. Wonder why. The worst of all, the search term “Ayumi Kinoshita” on Yahoo! and Google both returned No.1 and No.2 respectively on LiewCF.com’s 1 page, 1 picture post about the Japanese star. How lame is that?
Moving onto the war of the browsers, 10 days ago, I wrote a post about Firefox’s 100 million downloads milestone, and I mentioned about Firefox ruling the browser war on my websites. That looks like overturned by Micro$oft’s 1n7ern37 3xplorer at the end of the month, taking a commanding 51.2% at the lead, 14.1% ahead of Firefox.
Hmm, Microsoft was surely flamed by Firefox’s 100 million download celebration.