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    Your thoughts on these stats

    Hey guys, I'm not that familar with website stats and stuff. So i would like to know your feedback on these stats. Them seem pretty good to me but like i said, i'm not sure how good or not so good they are.





    Thanks for you comments.

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    200 300 uniques is around average. Its a good start but its nothing to write home about.

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    What kind of site are the stats from?
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    I agree with j0n, its a great start. I think that once you hit 1k unique hits per day, you can party.

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    How'd'chu manage that jump between 09 and 10?
    GamesLib.com - the slickest, most complete and
    easily navigatible flash games site on the web.

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    Launched the site maybe? Those 10 - 15 uniques a day could just be people testing.

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    I was more than happy after I launched my site in this february.
    Mouth to mouth promotion did the trick for me. Irc (no spamming!) and few boards were the main places where I personally promote the site.

    Site can be found in my signature.


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    You should be estatic over those hits. Just by looking at them I can tell you only advertised for a short period of time, yet got many unique hits quickly. Very nice job!
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    damn TOM1 stats are nice!

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    I hate to sound like the bearer of bad news, but those stats don't mean squat. You can't tell whether it's good or bad simply by how many people showed up.

    UNLESS the goal of your site is to generate as many hits as possible - THEN you should care about these stats.

    Allow me to explain:

    If you have a site that sells a product and you get 1000 visitors per day, but nobody buys anything, then WHO CARES???!!! Hits don't pay the bills.

    On the other hand, you could have a site like mine that generates only 1000 hits a month (if I'm lucky) yet pulls in a full-time income.

    Hits are NOT the bottom line. Your site needs to accomplish a goal once people visit.

    Without knowing what your site is or what it does, I can't offer any more insight than that. Hopefully it is helpful in some way.

    Tim David
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