Stats for November

December 2, 2007 at 5:27 pm 1 comment

At just 30 days before the end of the year, I´m publisihing our traffic statistics for the month of november.

ChileHardware had a healthy month. We did not break any records but we where quite close to our best month, which if you remember was not an ordinary one. I´m still not sure if we are going to break our all time month record anytime close, December is a strange month, with too much holidays and everybody quite busy finishing their year. On the other side January and February are vacations season in Chile, which sums up almost 50% of our traffic. But if this go on just like other years, we should see a modest three months season, and afterwards a great 2008 March.


TecnoSquad on it´s side, is kind of stucked in it´s traffic. The problem is our editors are college students and had a really hard month with their studies. They wrote 30% less posts than during October but things should get better. During December we should write a lot more and last January showed a great improvement because of CES. If this repeats, we should have a great January.


BotonTurbo, our videogames weblog, had a month almost as good as the last one. We are not too nervous about this, because we are looking forward for some changes which we are quite sure, will have great results.


Last but not least, UrbanPower had a small improvement over it´s last month. What we really need to work is on regularity over posts, but overall things feel like growing.


After looking through all our websites, things look kind of stuck. This is not unusual, and we still feel that we have lots of headroom to improve. As long as we have ideas to do better, we are calm, when we run out of ideas, I will start running in circles.


Entry filed under: Dot Com Biz.

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