1 year of blogging

Last year 11 december, this blog, .Sitecore has started. Starting of with one of my most Sitecore critical post ever, and from that my name appeard in the community. Alexey Rusakov helped me a little by notifying his readers. After a short term of  just some blogging, not so many visitors and  less interesting topic, the big Sitecore public found me and from that moment, my feed came in several blogrolls.

Some statistics:

  • 112 posts in 1 year(that’s 0,3 post per day)
  • 88 comments in 1 year
  • Over 7.000(!) spamcomments, mostly blocked by Askimet
  • The posts were written in September: 16
  • Least posts were written 2 months before, July: 2
  • In November 2006, .Sitecore has nearly crossed the 1 gigabyte datatransfer line
  • Most viewed article is the article about Umbraco as it has been placed on the website of Umbraco πŸ˜‰
  • Google’s PageRank of .Sitecore is nowadays a magic 2 πŸ™‚
  • A customer, all the way from Spain, contacted the LECTRIC salesdepartment after reading my blog!

Actually, 1 year is just the beginning! I definitelly hope you guys stay with me the following years and I hope I’m able to write usefull posts on Sitecore, Content Management and .NET. It might not all be directly Sitecore related, but al least 75% of my posts will be related in a way, so don’t worry!

Some goals for 2007 / year 2 of .Sitecore:

  1. 2 Months of daily blogging
  2. Explain improvements on the 5.3 API
  3. Finish my preformance blog serie
  4. Finish my Design Documents blog serie
  5. Review more modules

That’s it for today folks! See you tomorrow!

2 thoughts on “1 year of blogging”

  1. You’re doing a bang job, Alex.

    This have, – along with your activities on the forums, naturally brought you to the most active external evangelist of the Sitecore product. It’s also why you were awarded the MVP title (Most Valuable Professional).

    Congratulations Alex, with the MVP, and with the good Blog. I’m looking forward to see much much more interesting articles in future.

    Lars Fløe Nielsen

  2. Congratulations on your 1 year anniversary!
    Congratulations on your MVP!
    Congratulations on your exam!

    wow, many congratulations, be lucky you don’t have to hear me sing or something πŸ™‚

    seriously man, awesome work. as always.


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