|[Web] Pegasos-Italia Site reaches 10.000 visits||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 15-Oct-2004 17:24 GMT by Raffaele||19 comments|
Good news. In Italy there is still a certain interest for the Amiga-like platforms as stated by the 10.000 visits which Pegasos-Italia site (Miky'060) received in less than a year, and celebrated some days ago. Congratulations Miky.
It is a great result for an italian site featuring amiga-like products since the demise of CBM.|
I hope also that AmigaOne and Pegasos producers will not leave italian market alone.
In places where is still an Amiga community, loyal fans and potential buyers, there are opportunities for a great profit.
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|Posted by j.thomas on 16-Oct-2004 10:58 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 6 (Anonymous):|
it depends also from the contents... if it's a news site or just a
istitutional one... in the second case 10000 it's not a bad number, but
if some interesting content is shown there could be lots of visits more..
in some cases, like presence at Amiga shows, my site (www.lightelements.com/asa) got thousands of visits (read pages shown not
unique visitors!) in just one day (example 4962 visits may 7th 2004) a figure
far away from the real average visits....
other thing to be considered: if not filtered out by the counters and if
sites are very big (lot of pages) also search engine visits (like google.bot)
can boost visits up to more hits than real visitors....
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