TTAC Sends You 2.5 Million Thanks
Ed Niedermeyer is probably too humble to say it, so it’s left for me to say: TTAC has been doing exceptionally well over the last few months. Thank you.
Yesterday was another record day: 122,000 views. Thank you, Jack Baruth for having written the 2011 Mustang review. It pulled in readers in droves. (Today’s Mustang GT review is developing into another scorcher. And thank you, Ford, for making the cars available.) Thank you, Paul, for writing another classic curbside classic about the Honda Prelude, and about the illicit substances you had sworn to keep away from your son. Thank you, Paul, for writing the runner-up traffic generator, about Honda’s high-revving, mid-engined whacky pick-up.
As you see, the most read topics on Thetruthaboutcars.com are as eclectic as our readers. Which brings me to the secret of TTAC’s success:
You, the Best & Brightest come back, again, and again, and again. It’s not Google that brings us the most traffic, not the many links in other blogs that, well, get inspired by our stories. Most of our readers check in every day, sometimes several times a day to see what’s going on, and to keep the lively – and sometimes controversial – discussions going. Thank you.
Last November, we had 1.5m views a month. This March, we had a million more with 2.5m views (and March has still a few hours to go.)
Thank you. You make us strong. And you make us proud.
You may also have noticed that advertising is back in a big way. Be proud of it. The way the Internet works, a lot of advertising on a site is a sign of a lot of success. Nobody makes a lot of money with TTAC, but the advertising money generated helps us create even better content for even more visits by even more of our Best & Brightest.
Thank you, dankeschön, merci beaucoup,xie xie,domo arigatou, kiitos, momapsumnida, molto grazie, etc. Thank you for being where you are: Here, at Thetruthaboutcars,com
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