- 40K pageviews over the year.
- 20K separate visitors, clearly I get a lot of search traffic.
- 1.1M feed-hits.
- 412K feed-article views. Clearly most of my readers are using, er, readers.
- Busiest day: January 27 (I made reddit)
- Max feed-subscribers: 450
- Max feed-hits on a day: 1,295
Top Content, Web
- The Linux Boot Process, a chart
- LIO-Target on OpenSUSE
- Powershell and ODBC
- Reverting LVM Snapshots
- Sysadmin Best Practices
Top Referring Sites
- Reddit (nearly all of it for the boot-process chart)
- Google (thank you search)
- Stumbleupon (more boot-process chart, but a few others as well)
- Planet Sysadmin (an RSS aggregator of a bunch of sysadmin blogs)
- ServerFault (some from questions, more from links in the chat-room. Hi guys).
Is this the big-time? Hardly. Making reddit that one time added about 40 subscribers. Leaving WWU lost me about 50 subscribers, which I've since gained back with interest for various reasons.
This does represent growth over 2010, which I'm quite OK with. Blogging for a for-profit company that has secret-sauce to protect and I'm also working on has constrained what I can talk about here, which is why ServerFault content has been more prominent of late. However, 2012 is the year where some of what I'm working on will be let out the door to soar (or crater), so hopefully I'll be able to talk more about that stuff once it's out.
Meta-commentary on sysadminly things in general will continue, though.
Happy New Year!