The last semi-regular Inquisitr numbers

June 9, 2009 — 4 Comments

This post is the last-semi regular report of The Inquisitr numbers, and not just because the post before this was the 1500th in this incarnation of duncanriley.com (there was one before.)

I’m all for transparency, but likewise the figures wont be that exciting now. We roughly got to where we wanted to be (and it’s competitive with a range of sites), and now I’m guessing stats will be a bit roller coster-ish like. We’re bound to have some downs and ups. As always, the aim of the game is to go up, and I’m confident we well….although probably not this month, because of May:

Inquisitr page views May: 2,711,245

Record month, by a margin of about 300-400k.

We’ve had some big changes in terms of writing staff over the last rough 2 months, and as always a change is as good as a holiday. Forward we go to bigger numbers. For those who enjoyed the stats before; you know more about us than many do. I’ll endevour to be as transparent as can be, but likewise, I have no wish to send you all to sleep.

4 responses to The last semi-regular Inquisitr numbers

  1. Onya Dunc! Not bored at all! I suppose I could compile it myself from archives, but any chance of a final monthly traffic graph, to give us a visual idea?

    My May numbers: 10,999,603 page views on 266,272 absolute uniques. Though weekly is a more accurate metric for me – averaging 2.3M on 85k uniques.

  2. I've heard of preachers blaming NATURAL disasters on God's wrath, but this really takes the cake! First of all, the fires in Australia weren't an act of God. They were arson. Also, several of the victims of the fires were children and teenagers.

  3. I?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢m all for transparency, but likewise the figures wont be that exciting now. We roughly got to where we wanted to be (and it?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s competitive with a range of sites), and now I?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢m guessing stats will be a bit roller coster-ish like.

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