Yesterday we passed a milestone here at TTAG. For the last 30 days our site has been viewed over one million times (averaging 33,000 views per day), breaking into that 7th digit that has proven elusive for so long. And we’re still growing. For the last three days we’ve seen an average of 44,000 views per day, and we’re on track to have today be the busiest day we’ve ever seen. At this rate we will pass The Firearm Blog in terms of popularity within a few short weeks (TFB reportedly sees 1.2 million views per month and is considered the #1 firearms blog in terms of readership). In short’ we’re awesome, more awesome than anyone else, and people are realizing that at a rapidly growing rate.
Moral of the story? Hit up [email protected] for advertising inquiries while the rates are still cheap. If we can be this successful working on the site in our spare time imagine how awesome we could be if someone paid us to do it…
Robert: How soon ’til I can start booking the TTAG learjet?
In all seriousness, I’d be interested in hearing what kind of feedback we’re getting from our advertisers.
It’s me. I discovered the site a few weeks ago and click on it 25,000 times a day looking to get fed more info. There is no need to thank me. It’s my job, it’s what I do, I’m a groupie.
The check’s in the mail.
Nice! I always thought that the firearms blog had too narrow of a focus on hardware. TTAG covers it all.
You will pass Firearms Blog even quicker with more stories and photos of the ladies of American Guns. More of Mom please.
My comments must have got caught in the spam filter. Oh wait i forgot that when people call you out on your bull you quickly erase make it disappear.
Something like that. (If you want to rip me a new you-know-what (and where), please do so via email: [email protected].)
Oh, com’on. Now I’m curious.
way to go TTAG! you guys should break down the walking dead that is coming back on this Sunday.
Absolutely fantastic and most impressive. I’m proud to be a tiny part of it.
I love the site. Fantastic work, in almost every regard.
This article, though, strikes a “Soon we will rule the internetz!!! Muhahahahha!!!” sort of vibe.
I think it would be nice to offset that vibe with some links to other blogs in the sidebar. The competition hasn’t got a chance anyway. Might as well be nice to them.