Last Saturday marked the 1st anniversary of One After 909. On January 25th 2013 I posted my first article here. It’s been a very interesting year and a chance for me to learn and practice my skills on written English and providing meaningful content. It’s been a thrill to notice that some of my articles are actually read and even appreciated by readers. Some of them have even made it to the top results in Google. As I expected, the ones read are the ones that provided information on subjects that I couldn’t find information elsewhere.
Here’s some statistics of the first year (2013) of One After 909. The numbers are low and nothing to brag about, but let this be a good start for the upcoming year.
In the image below are the total number of unique visitors by month. Not much, but it’s a start and the trend is up. The spikes are obviously generated by bots. 🙂
Here are some stats of the actual content in random order.
Top 3 Posts
The top 3 most read articles (by far) are the following.
- Changing the product key of Windows from MAK to KMS with a PowerShell script
- Trusted Locations and Environment Variables in Office 2007 Group Policy settings
- Configuring SharePoint 2013 Central Administration with Kerberos authentication
Search Engine Hits
Number of followed links from search engine results.
Some miscellaneous blog stats.