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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

January Numbers

January has been a whirlwind month here at Soup Questions and with The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll. And I'd like to thank all of you for making this blog a part of your daily routine.

The P&P Blogger Profile series has attracted a number of visitors and subjects from all over, both in the US and abroad. Yielding 13 additional profiles this month bringing the total to 15 and counting. I will be continuing this series over the coming months and I welcome any and all who would like to participate.

My new project, the P&P Workflow, has already generated interest and I would like to invite everyone who visits here to contribute to this new endeavor. The first entry will be up tomorrow - a shot of my nephew from last summer - and the second will be posted on Friday from Andy Smith over at Visual Realia. I also have a shot from inside Grand Central Station I took yesterday in NYC that I'll post once I have a chance to review and play with it.

To give you a taste for some of the amazing stats that have been generated, as of this posting, this month alone brought with it my highest day (202 unique visitors), week (670), and month (2108) since starting the blog and it has also translated into higher traffic over at my website as well making this month (28,000+ hits) one of my highest yet. And it's still growing!

I've been averaging between 60 and 70 unique visitors per day, many from other sites (over 400 from Scott Kelby, over 100 each from Kathleen Connally and Dave Cross, and a growing number from Michael Snell).

Let me know if you have any ideas for what you would like to see here, especially if you or someone you know would be interested in participating in any of the ongoing series.

Thank you all for your continued support and I look forward to seeing what the coming months will bring!