250,000


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.

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  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.

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  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.

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  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.

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  5. Ed Darrell says:

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

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  6. Pam says:

    PS– looks better if you turn on emoticons/smilies

    Did I say we were trying?

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  7. Pam says:

    Some of us are trying…

    :mrgreen:
    :lol:
    :oops:
    :roll:
    :!:
    :?:
    :idea:
    :arrow:
    :smile:
    :grin:
    :surprise:
    :shock:
    :cool:
    :???:

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  8. jd2718 says:

    Page views or unique visits?

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  9. RBH says:

    And, would it kill you to comment?

    Yes. :)

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  10. Random, gratuitous comment!

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