My blog hit 1,000,000 visits this evening, as I projected in a post this morning. Thanks to all for the good wishes. Here are some stats for the one millionth visitor to my blog:
IP Location: Seattle, Washington
Article Read: Yext Tags to Rebrand on an $1,800 Domain Name Purchased from BuyDomains
Time: 10:06 pm EST
Congrats. Major, major milestone.
I’ll take full credit for providing your millionth visitor, since I’m from Seattle. 🙂
Congrats on providing a resource worthy of such remarkable interest.
LOL… you’ve been there before… that eliminates you from being the millionth “unique” 🙂
Hoping you’ll be as successful (if not more successful) with your next million, and you’ll get there a lot faster!!
Congratulations on your blog hitting a million visits, but came as no real surprise since quality content always attracts real traffic 🙂
Perhaps you should read up on exactly what a unique visit means
wow – congrats!
1 million is a great achievement
This is no mean achievement. Quality always scores over quantity and your site is proof of that.
Wish we can emulate the same in our site.
Congratulations E!!! What a milestone! It’s time to celebrate.. Next time you’re on the west coast drinks on me 😉
Congrats Elliot! Very well deserved!
And how many of the ‘1 Million’ were bots. LOL
I don’t know, but Stat Counter and Google Analytics were both pretty close, and they’re not suppose to count bots (especially from the same IP).
google has no clue as to reading ‘logs’, I spent a month arguing with their ‘security’ team recently over FRAUD from the SAME IPS, after we pushed it through 3 levels of google, they finally realized, yeah, their software isn’t as good as top notch security/sem gurus that can tell you what the visitor had for breakfast who are click our clients ads
on average 20%+ of all traffic is bots for most sites, if you have big traffic, less, but bots are a high percentage for ‘most sites’ so your maybe way less, but 1M is a nice number, even if 5% or 10% or 20% is bots
1M is 1M no mater how you slice it, good job
1 million. COngratulations! 🙂
And yet he still refuses to reg the hyphenated…