Quietly, the Bathtub slid past the 250,000 hits mark, on October 2.

Keep those clicks coming.

And, would it kill you to comment?

10 Responses to 250,000

  1. Mike O'Risal says:

    I just passed the 6,000 mark a couple of days ago. It took about 4 months. Pathetic, eh?

    Comment: MOO!

    (Moo = Zen word; something to say when something needs to be said but there is nothing to say; great fun at parties).

    Congrats, too.


  2. othemts says:

    I know what you mean. Comments are hard to come by. But I’m a hypocrite in that I read a lot but rarely comment.


  3. Ed Darrell says:

    Maybe I should stop being so cheap and buy a service that tracks stuff more closely. My site meter statistics show about a 25% difference between page views and visits — I get a lot of people looking at just one page (I changed the template to get one that shows other posts when viewing just one). And while over about a year I can see a correlation, on any given day Sitemeter is wildly at odds with the WordPress count.

    I also figure it doesn’t make much difference overall. My statistics are still pitifully small, in influence terms. The posts I hope teachers will find most useful and those I hope students will find most instructive hang at the bottom of the clicks lists.


  4. jd2718 says:

    WordPress only keeps “views” for me, and they match fairly closely my statmeter views (about 50-60% above my statmeter visits).

    I am waiting to reach 100k visits (in a month or two). They have me at 150k views.


  5. Ed Darrell says:

    “Visits” says the WordPress stat title. I’m not convinced.


  6. Pam says:

    PS– looks better if you turn on emoticons/smilies

    Did I say we were trying?


  7. Pam says:

    Some of us are trying…



  8. jd2718 says:

    Page views or unique visits?


  9. RBH says:

    And, would it kill you to comment?

    Yes. :)


  10. Random, gratuitous comment!


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