Raise or Fold:  A Year of Risky Business

Writing and playing poker as if they were activities worth doing well.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

2100+ Precious Unique Snowflakes

That's how many separate and distinct visitors I've had to Raise or Fold since I started tracking such things in February using Google Analytics. Y'all are visiting from 31 different countries, although the vast majority of my traffic comes from Washington D.C., New York, California, and Nevada in the U.S. Half of you have visited somewhere between 9 and 100 times, which ~ frankly ~ completely boggles my mind.

I owe a huge debt of gratitude to the Poker Grump for pointing so many of you in my direction. The rest of you seem to be stumbling upon this site through Google or other poker blogs. However you arrive, you are most welcome here.

All I can say is: thank you for reading. I value your interest and your comments more than you can imagine. Poker is a solitary business undertaken in a social setting. It is nice for me to know that, in one sense anyway, I'm not entirely on my own.



Anonymous Gugel said...

You ranked 100th for the top 100 poker blogs. Congrats :)

4/30/09 10:03 PM  
Blogger Cardgrrl said...

In a comment to a post on the Grump's blog where he too reviews his visitor stats, faithful reader Gadzooks explains how to find out how many RSS subscribers you have. I followed her instructions to discover that I have 76 people currently receiving my RSS feed.


5/2/09 6:16 AM  
Blogger Grange95 said...

I'm one of those who found your blog via Poker Grump. You are now one of only 5 or so poker blogs I follow regularly. Your work is definitely appreciated; keep up the good work!

5/3/09 8:10 AM  

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