I got another link
via Doc Searls on June 1. I need to go back and check the traffic. Don Suber
and Rick Lee
got links too.
|People tell me the number counts here have to be low. (One blogger tells me, "My blog gets five thousand visits a day. How could yours only get half of that or less?) Maybe because it's not as popular as some people like to think.|
| ||There are two main audience measures in radio ratings: Average Quarter Hour (AQH) and Cume. One measures current listening, the other measures cumulative listening.|
| ||Since this blog has been in one place for a long time (5.5 years), and it's been pointed at a lot by sources that mostly haven't moved, it has accumulated a lot of inbound links. That's what puts it at #18 in the Technorati Top 100. That's a very nice Cume.|
| ||But the daily count has run from a few hundred to a few thousand ever since I started looking, about five years ago. That's a lot more than most, but a lot less than quite a few. In other words, the AQH is respectable, but not A-list, by a long shot. That's confirmed by Bloglines' current Top 200.|
| ||Which is fine with me. In fact, I like it that way. I'd rather the blog be a respectable resource than popular "desination."|
Thanks Doc for the link. I'll take your blog over Glenn Reynolds' any day of the week.