2 Million Page Views Later, I Have A Lot Of People To Thank

It's been two and a half years now since I started this blog and in that time, amazingly the blog has done over 2M page views. Traffic to the blog continues to climb and is on track to do 1.5M page views this year alone. None of this would have been possible without the continued support of many other bloggers and sponsors for whom I need to thank.

A lot of my traffic comes from other writers and websites who nicely link to many of my posts. Many thanks to Steve at Last100.com, Rich at DataCenterKnowledge.com, Rob at TelecomRamblings.com, Rafat and his team at PaidContent.org, the entire crew at NewTeeVee.com and GigaOM.com, Andy at Beet.tv, Dan at Silicon Alley Insider, the team at Engadget.com, Larry at OnlineVideoPublishing.com, Pete at FierceOnlineVideo.com, Ben at OnlineVideoWatch.com, Mark at ReelSEO.com, Dave at ZatzNotFunny.com and many of the other sites, including vendor blogs, who continue to link to my content.

I also need to thank all those sites that syndicate my content including SeekingAlpha.com, Yahoo! Finance, WashingtonPost.com, NewYorkTimes.com and BusinessInsider.com

In addition to those who have linked to the blog, many of the vendors in the industry have also supported the blog by coming on board as sponsors. My thanks to the sponsors I've had over the past two years including: Adobe, Akamai, EdgeCast, Ignite Technologies, Internap, Kontiki, Level 3, Limelight Networks, Microsoft, NaviSite, NetStairs, Ortiva Wireless, PEER 1, Skytide, Tremor Media and my newest sponsors coming on board, ChinaCache, The FeedRoom and Sorenson Media.

Also, while the TypePad platform is not perfect, I have to thank them as well for providing a blogging platform that has allowed me to host and run this site for only $99 a year.

I've had a lot of fun over the past two years, have written 804 posts and received 2,987 comments. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the conversations taking place on the blog and I look forward to continuing to hopefully write about topics that are of interest to the industry and community.