Wow! Check that out . . .

500000_hits

That’s just for the Big Picture — Truly astounding.

UPDATE: October 25, 2004 10:12 am
A big percentage of traffic — at least as of late — has been Google searches on the phrase “Projected Electoral College Results.” That tells me there is an inordinately high amount of interest in this election. . .

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8 Responses to “Half a Million Hits!”

  1. Michael says:

    That’s some serious traffic Barry. Congrats!

  2. Wordlab says:

    And that’s before the Carnival comes to town. How exciting!

  3. Well deserved. Congrats :)

  4. Barry,

    That’s a big milestone! Congratulations to the huge traffic.

  5. This is impressive! I tip my hat to you. Just so you know, Dickless Marketing is about focusing your message on JANE instead of her little brother, DICK, since women dominate the online shopping arena. See…going dickless doesn’t have to hurt! It’s merely a win-win way to get your products and services noticed…because Jane, of course, will tell Dick all about them, as well as telling her mother, her sister, her best friend, her daughter, her son…you get the picture. I see you link to CEO Express…my Favoritest site of all! You are one cool dude!

  6. It’s great to see great bloggers get rewarded with powerful traffic to their blogs. Your blog is most deserving of the heavy visitor numbers.

    Congratulations on achieving your first half million. I am looking forward to the next half of the million very soon!

  7. JJF says:

    Congrats on your first half mil. May you have many more.

    OT -

    Saw a CNBC feature on stem cell firms Geron and Stem Cells. They’re both going wild today. Is there any better indication that the “markets” are anticipating a Kerry victory next week?

  8. jeff says:

    Wow! Congrats!