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Traffic Statistics for Dribbleglass.com

Some people are into Web site statistics—hits, impressions, unique visitors. Creating a Web site, and keeping it vital, is a lot of work. Hits are a way of keeping score. Since October 1999, more than 34.7 million people have taken a sip from the Dribble Glass of Life! (As of March 2008.)

More than 290,000 visitors in March. Yay for us. Me. Whatever.

We gots us some decent numbers in February. More than 260,00 gullible victims, uh, visitors.

January rocked. Close to 290,000 visitors! We love visitors.

This site had more than 270,000 visitors in December. Bored, disgruntled visitors. Mostly.

In August, about 348,000 visitors ambled through our little cyber outpost.

July 2007 brought a respectible 322,000 visitors to our site.

In June 2007, about 325,000 people visited us here at Dribbleglass.com.

In May 2007, close to 337,000 people stopped by Dribbleglass.com.

In April 2007, close to 365,000 people stopped by Dribbleglass.com.

In March 2007, we duped more than 440,000 visitors into visiting our site.

In February 2007, we done had us more than 443,000 visitors! Awesomely awesome.

In January 2007, we had more than half a million visitors. Whee!

December was not our biggest month in terms of traffic, but it was one of our biggest months in terms of us TELLING people it was one of our biggest months in traffic! About 466,000 people visited our site in December, resulting in about 2.3 million page views.

In November, we had more than 557,000 unique visitors!

In October, more than 600,000 visitors got their chuckle on at Dribbleglass.com. There were 2.5 million impressions. At least half of which were Jimmy Stewart.

In September alone, more than half-a-million people visited Dribbleglass.com, and we had more than 2.3 page impressions.

In August, more than 580,000 people visited our site, and we had more than 2.8 million page impressions.

Just about 600,000 people visited our site in July, and those people, slackers that they were, viewed 2.9 million pages. Slack. Ers.

What a hoot, as the kids say. We had more than 658,000 visitors in June. That's more than 12 million "raw" hits, and about three million "impressions."

In the month of May, 2006, more than 700,000 people visited our site. We memorized all their names.

In April, more than 797,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com. And all of them were cool people. Oh, yeah, baby.

In March, more than one million people visited Dribbleglass.com. As the kids say, "Holy crap." The site got more than 20 million "raw" hits, and people stayed on the site an average of 11 minutes. Do we seem happy? That's because, well, we are.

In February, more than 922,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com. Our site got 19 million "raw" hits, and people stayed on the site an average of 11 minutes.

More than 825,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com in January! That's more than 21 million "raw" hits and 5.4 million page "impressions." Once we learn what those terms mean, we're going to be really impressed with ourselves.

More than 750,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com in December. That's more than 18 million "raw" hits.

Our November was a happy November as more than 750,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com for god-knows-what reason. Folks stayed on the site an average of 11 minutes, and the site got more than 18 million "raw" hits. As Albert Einstein once said, "Holy crap."

In October, a healthy 638,652 people visited Dribbleglass.com. That's a lot of people with way too much time on their hands, huh? Folks stayed on our site an average of 11 minutes, and the site got more than 16 million raw hits. And still no profit. Oy.

In September 2005, more than 565,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com. We want to tongue-kiss each and every one of them. Those folk were on the site an average of more than 11 minutes. That's more than a decade in Internet time. And don't forget the 15.7 raw hits on the site, as well as the 4.1 page views. That's a lot of pages.

In August, more than 584,000 people visited our site, and stayed an average of 12 minutes. There were 18 million hits on the site, and more than five million page impressions.

In July, more than 507,000 people visited our site, and stayed an average of 12 minutes.

In June, 2005, more than half-a-million people visited Dribbleglass.com (that's 4.1 million page impressions). Folks spent more than 12 minutes on the site, on average. More numbers below.

In May, 2005, we had more than 499,000 visitors, with 4.7 million page impressions, and folks spent an average of 11 minutes on the site.

In April, we had more than 425,000 visitors, with 4.2 million page impressions, and folks spent an average of more than 12 minutes on the site.

In March, 2005, we had more than 445,000 visitors, with 4.3 million page impressions, and folks spent an average of 12 minutes on the site.

In February, 2005, we had more than 429,000 visitors, with 3.9 page impressions, and folks spent an average of 15 minutes on the site.

In January, 2005, we had more than 450,000 visitors, with 3.8 page impressions, and folks spent an average of 19 minutes on the site.

In December, 2004, we had more than 516,000 visitors, with 3.7 million page impressions, and folks spent an average of 18 minutes on the site.

In November 2004, more than 688,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com. These people are, more than likely, the only hope we have left in the world. They stay on the site an average of almost 20 minutes, and they were responsible for more than 23 million "raw" hits (and 4.1 million page views).

In October 2004, more than 470,000 entertainment-starved people visited Dribbleglass.com. They stayed close to 20 minutes. This is probably a sign that our society is near collapse.

In September, more than 480,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com.

In August, more than 442,000 people visited our site. That's more than a baseball team, and less than the number of pills Rush Limbaugh pops during a typical day.

In July, more than 325,000 people dropped by Dribbleglass.com, resulting in 3.6 million page views.

In June 2004, more than 240,000 people stopped by Dribbleglass.com, resulting in 14 million "raw" hits and 3.5 page impressions.

In May, 2004, more than 220,000 people visited Dribbleglass.com. That resulted in 15 million "raw" hits, and 3.9 million page impressions. The average time spent on the site was 13 minutes, some of which were not spent yawning.

In April, we had more than 247,000 visitors, most of whom had good breath and clean fingernails.

In March, there were more than 670,000 unique visitors who stopped by Dribbleglass.com. That translates into 5.5 million page views (impressions), and visitors spent an average of 31 minutes on the site.

In February, there were 1.1 million unique visitors who stopped by our humble little site. That's 5.8 million page views (also known as impressions), and folks spent an average of 40 minutes on the site. Amazing!

In January 2004, Dribbleglass.com had more than one million unique visitors! There were 5.6 million page views (or impressions), and visitors spent an average of about 40 minutes on the site. Now that's some seriously lowered productivity!

In December 2003, more than 800,000 unique visitors stopped at Dribbleglass.com. That's more than 5.2 million page impressions, and an average time on the site of 34 minutes!

In November 2003, more than one million people dropped by Dribbleglass.com. There were more than 69 million "raw" hits, and 7.2 million page "impressions." The average time spent on the site was 34 minutes. Hey, we're more surprised than you are.

In October 2003, more than 1.2 million people dropped by Dribbleglass.com. There were more than 90 million "raw" hits, and 7.5 million page "impressions." The average time spent on the site was 36 minutes.

In September 2003, an unprecedented one million visitors visited Dribbleglass.com. There were more than 75 million "raw" hits, and 6.6 million page "impressions." The average time spent on the site was 34 minutes. People must be really, really bored.

In August 2003, a healthy 505,622 unique visitors dropped by Dribbleglass.com. There were 33 million "raw" hits, and 5.3 million page impressions. The average time spent on the site was more than 29 minutes. There goes the GNP.

In July 2003, for the first time, we received more than half-a-million unique visitors (529,895 to be exact), and 37 million "raw" hits (that's 7.2 million page views). The average time spent on the site was 27 minutes. Holy smokes.

In June 2003, we had 391,873 unique visitors, and 29 million "raw" hits (that's 6.5 million page views). The average time spent on the site was 21 minutes.

In May 2003, we received 324,527 unique visitors to Dribbleglass.com, and 23.5 million "raw" hits (that's six million page views).

In April 2003, our humble site got 269,101 unique visitors and 19.6 million "raw" hits (that's 5.4 million page views). We have virtually fractured our collective arm with all the patting ourselves on the back.

In March, we got 16.1 million "raw" hits at Dribbleglass.com, reflecting the insatiable hunger of 266,340 unique visitors for stupid pictures and trivia. That's 4.4 million page views.

In February, 2003, we were the proud recipients of 14.4 "raw" hits, with more than 245,000 unique users. We also got a very healthy 4.1 million page impressions.

In the first month of 2003, our humble site got 16.7 million "raw" hits, representing 236,636 unique visitors. Yes, that's 5.1 million page views. Those make us smile.

In the last month of 2002, we got 15.3 million "raw" hits, and 237,816 unique visitors. If you're into page impressions, well, we got more than 4.6 million in December.

November 2002 was a hefty month at Dribbleglass.com. We got more than 20 million "raw" hits, representing 255,450 unique visitors! Yeah, that's huge. That's 6.2 million page impressions. And folks spent an average of a whopping 15 minutes on the site. (The average surfer spends about 25 seconds on the typical site.)

In October, 2002 we had 15.7 million "raw" hits, with 218,694 unique visitors, all of them good-looking, intelligent and well-groomed.

In September, 2002, we had a near-miraculous 245,490 unique visitors—a new high for Dribbleglass.com. There were 16.2 million "raw" hits on the site, and 4.8 million page impressions. Boy, if we knew what we were doing, we'd probably be making a FORTUNE.

Our traffic was as precious as a newborn kitten in August, 2002. We had a whopping 239,842 unique visitors—a new high for Dribbleglass.com. There were 15.2 million "raw" hits on the site, and 4.5 million page impressions.

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In July 2002, there were 11.6 million "raw" hits, with more than 3.5 million page impressions (otherwise known as "views") and more than 150,000 unique visitors. People spent an average of close to 14 minutes on the site. That's 98 in dog minutes.

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June 2002: We had 9.7 million "raw" hits, and 150,000 unique visitors during June. There were 2.8 million page impressions. People stayed on the site an average of 14 minutes.

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In May 2002, Dribbleglass.com received more than 10 million "raw" hits. Ten. Million. And there were 171,626 unique visitors during May. There were 2.8 million page impressions. People stayed on the site an average of 12 minutes. Holy cats.

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May 8th, 2002 was a big day here at Dribbleglass.com—we got our two millionth homepage hit! No, it's not really an exact accounting of numbers of visitors (see below for those numbers), but it is a symbolic benchmark. It means that many, many people have found amusement, or entertainment, or intrigue at Dribbleglass.com. (O.K., some were just lost.) Many visit again and again. The two million mark is a touching testament to a dream come to life! Now, pass the Kleenex.

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In April 2002, Dribbleglass.com was visited by 136,612 unique visitors, and there were 2.9 million page impressions—resulting in a whopping 9.5 million "raw" hits on the site.

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In March 2002, Dribbleglass.com was visited by 130,511 people, and there were 2.4 million page impressions (for a total of 8.1 million "raw" hits). The average visit to the site lasted about 13 minutes.

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In February 2002, we had 117,328 unique visitors. (And February only has 28 days!) Those folks, clearly above average when it comes to taste in Web entertainment, viewed 1.9 million pages and stayed for an average of 13 minutes.

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