100 Posts And Two Months Later

Thanks to everyone’s support, the blog did over 92,000 page views in the second month, up from 50,000 page views in the first month.

As I said from day one, I believe
that the contents and success of any real blog comes from the community
rather than just one individual, which is why I feel it is important to share the traffic numbers in an open forum. I welcome your continued feedback and
ideas on what you want to discuss and I encourage more of you to use
the comments section.

In the past month I’ve added FeedBurner as the new source for RSS and made all of the posts searchable via Technorati. I’ve also edited the categories section a bit and made them more focused. The new latest post section and previous post links should also make it easier to navigate. If there is something I can do better to make reading the blog easier, please let me know.

I’d also like to thank last months blog sponsors of Limelight Networks, PEER 1, NaviSite and Akamai. If you are
interested in reaching a very targeted group of readers, please contact Joel Unickow for blog sponsorship details. We’ve kept it very affordable, under $1,000 a month, so that many can take advantage of the readership and reach of
the blog.

Next week, I will be posting some thoughts on the business of P2P networks, additional thoughts on Silverlight and my take on the lack of demographics and data for our industry.

I welcome your comments and thoughts at any time. Thanks for your continued support.