20,000 PageView Milestone Reached

Hello everyone. Just wanted to drop a note that at 1:53PM CST time today this blog reached its 20,000 Pageview milestone since May 2008. Just wanted to say thank you and share some stats with you like I did at 10,000. Thank you for those of you that come here and have gotten to know me. I have actually enjoyed the experience. And I know a lot of you get more. But hey its just me and the fact that you came is so cool to me.

See you at 40,000!

Here are the stats….


The 20,000th pageview was made from someone in Carrollton, TX at IP address from Unimed Direct Llc. They visited the blog entry “Convert DataTable to a Generic List of Class with vb.net”. The were referred by Google of course at http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=convert+datatable+to+List%3CT%3E 

The averages are:

220 – pageviews a day
157 – unique visitors
145 – first time visitors
12 – returning visitors

The most popular pages are:



The most popular browsers are:

41.60% IE 7.0 
22.00% IE 6.0 
20% Firefox 3.0 
11.20% IE 8.0 
1.80% Opera 9.6 
1.80% Chrome 1.0 
1.20% Default Browser 0 
0.60% Firefox 2.0 
0.40% Rippers 0 
0.40% Chrome 2.0 
0.20% Safari 3.2 
0.20% Safari 3.1 
0.20% K-Meleon 1.0 
0.20% Opera 9.5


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  1. #1 by Michael on January 26, 2009 - 8:00 pm


  2. #2 by Jennifer on January 26, 2009 - 9:58 pm

    See you at 40,000!

  3. #3 by Kelly on January 26, 2009 - 10:07 pm

    Indeed we will! Thank you both….

  4. #4 by Technogran on January 27, 2009 - 4:13 am

    Kelly how on earth are you keeping track of your hits? And I don\’t see Flock in the list of browsers? Is that because its seen as Firefox 3? Anyway, congratulations Kelly!

  5. #5 by Kelly on January 27, 2009 - 8:47 am

    I have no idea honestly on Flock. Firefox is of the devil you know! :)If you look on my front page of my blog there is a counter on there. It is provided by StatCounter and it is at http://www.statcounter.com . They do an extremely good job of tracking hits. The only drawback is that since you can\’t use javascript in spaces it does not track users web page they came from and stuff like that. I am hoping that Spaces makes that change eventually so we can do that and other interesting things as well.

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