Despite the fact that the holidays are generally a festive time of the year, we have extra reason to celebrate on Christmas 2011: wrongsideofthepond.com crossing the 20,000 unique visitor milestone. I devoted an entire post — and even unveiled an official URL — to commemorate eclipsing the 10,000 mark, so I lament to report that I’ve only prepared you a lame-o TWOL post to celebrate this time around. I’m bad with Christmas gifts, what can I say?
I do have to admit that, after looking over that 10k post, I feel like the blog has come lightyears since. I’d like to think that my content has improved, as well as my writing… though I’ll allow you readers to have the final say on that. If nothing else, it’s been pretty cool to see how fast the site’s traffic has actually grown: while it took just under two years to hit 10,000 visitors, it only took around 10 months to double that figure. And I have to thank you, my readers, for the large part you played in helping to spread the word.
So as you gather with family, friends and the like this today, regardless your traditions, just know that whatever parades and celebrations you see on TV today are being thrown to celebrate this blog reaching such “historic” heights… and not some longstanding religious tradition or anything like that. Cheers, and Happy Holidays!
‘Arry get’s busted. Very circuitously. But still busted. – unprofessionalfoul.com
Seriously. What the hell is wrong with the Belgian league? – cheeseslices.co.uk
Enrique’s progress on bringing Barcelona to Rome. – zonalmarking.net
The Blizzard… my first digital periodical download. – theblizzard.co.uk
So if I followed, Borges is the Brazilian Darren Bent? – inbedwithmaradona.com
Even if Pepe breaks your leg, he’ll make you cookies. – dirtytackle.net