Short and sweet, for once
This post is going to be short and sweet because I am in the middle of Yet Another Really Big Project That Pays Bupkis. You would think I would learn, but then you (and I) would be wrong. Unfortunately. Stay tuned to this blog for a Big Announcement in the next month or so.
What I should have, but don’t
I do have 80% of a really interesting (ahem) post on tap but you know how that last 20% goes and I don’t have the time.
I have another really interesting blog post on Calculation Manager that I have, at least in my head, about 50% written but that too is going to take time.
And I just don’t have any. Bummer.
What I do have
I better not let too much time go by before I add new content, or this will be the last time I see numbers like this:
This blog has finally attracted more than 9,000 sessions, more than 5,700 users, and more than 12,000 pageviews in a 30 day period! Small beer to many, but big news for me.
The blog has been just shy of 9,000 sessions for the last two or three months and it got to be kind of agonizing to see if it would ever break through. It has.
According to Google Analytics, audience is defined in the following ways:
- Sessions – An instance of a user actively engaged on this blog
- Users – Users that have at least one session.
- Pageviews – The total number of pages viewed
You’ve engaged with this blog over 9,000 times in the last (as of Friday) 30 days. That means that globally there were 9,000 instances of of people saying, “I wonder what that idiot Cameron has come up with this week.”
And here we are.
Btw, those statistics are not because I sat in front of my computer hitting F5 on http://camerons-blog-for-essbase-hackers.blogspot.com/ again and again and again till I got really good numbers although that thought did cross my mind.
Instead this reach is because of you. You’re the ones that read this blog, find value (in theory), and come back for more.
It sort of amazes me that anyone, other than my mother, reads this thing. And I have to prod her sometimes with comments like, “Mum, didn’t you see my mention of: you/strange love of Faygo red pop/desire to visit the Henry Ford Museum again, yes, again/need to drink Tim Horton’s coffee/various strange references to (un)popular culture?” Invariably, she has not. So that’s at least one person who doesn’t pick up what I’m laying down but you, Gentle Reader, are.
There really isn’t much to say other than thank you for finding so much value in this blog. I’m going to do a year-end review of this blog by the numbers but breaking through this particularly statistic (and honestly, I don’t know why 9,000 became a goal, but it did) just tickled me pink.
Be seeing you.