Two Year Blog Anniversary
Posted by denglishbi on December 11, 2009
Once again I am late this year. Seems to sneak up on me and with the holiday season things get a little hectic. I started my blog back on December 2, 2007 and last year I finally went over 50,000 page visits. Well this past year I doubled that and now I am over 167,000 visits (over 300 visits on average a day).
I think that is really awesome and hopefully people are finding the information useful. One new addition to my site was the additional of podcasts (still not sure if that is the greatest for my postings, but it is available none the less).
I lost my videos that I had available on Soapbox, Goodbye GeoCities, Popfly, and now Soapbox, along with the Google Ads (oh well). It is interesting to see all of the different locations that people are coming from that access my postings. Here are the top 5 thanks to ClustrMaps:
And Internet Explorer is winning the browser war with over 70% of the visits. Thanks to the new versions of IE.
This past year I did just over 100 blog postings, so I am trying to stay busy and keep the content flowing. I also find time to help out in the forums and I try to make sure that all of the PerformancePoint Monitoring questions get replies. I also help out in the Analysis Services, Reporting Services, and SharePoint BI now when I have some spare time.
Hopefully this weekend I will find some time to revisit my SharePoint 2010 setup with the latest CTP releases from this past November. I want to take the new PowerPivot integration for a drive and test out some of the new PerformancePoint Services features. I also want to use some of the new data visualizations in Reporting Services (data bars, sparklines, and icon sets) along with the Report Part Gallery and shared datasets.
Stay tuned for more content and feel free to follow my tweets on twitter
Have a safe and happy holiday season