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[Web] Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visitsANN.lu
Posted on 14-Mar-2004 11:17 GMT by Raffaele19 comments
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A little (BUT IMPORTANT) goal which shows the constant interest by the italian user base of amigans and by the former-amigans for the new machines and for the Amiga-like New OSes. (Not to mention linux users who are amazed by these new PPC platforms) Here you can find: Pegasos-Italia Site
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 1 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Mar-2004 11:05 GMT
Is that supposed to be something special? Over how long time?

Even a small site like Amiga.dk gets 5000 over two months.
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 2 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by itix on 14-Mar-2004 11:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
Front page says "Visitatori dall'1-11-2003:" which probably means "visitors since 1-nov-2003"? Not maybe much but Pegasos is relatively new thing still.
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 3 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Mar-2004 11:33 GMT
OK.
According to the stats Amiga.dk had 17000+ visitors (not hits) over the same period.
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 4 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 14-Mar-2004 11:47 GMT
I can't connect to the site, bandwidth issue's?

Cheers
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 5 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Mar-2004 12:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Amon_Re):
Works fine here. Maybe it was just an IDE lockup ? ;)
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 6 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Jupp3 on 14-Mar-2004 12:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Anonymous):
>Maybe it was just an IDE lockup ? ;)

Well, users can blame only themselves if they do not update to the newest version...
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 7 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 14-Mar-2004 14:05 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Anonymous):
My PC is running fine, your brain however, is not.

Cheers
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 8 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 14-Mar-2004 15:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
And ANN.LU much more than Amiga.dk.
But it is not the point. A news / forum site will always have much more visitors than a "product description" site. What would be interesting to know is how many non Amiga/Pegasos users visited the site and expressed interest in the products.
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 9 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Raffaele on 14-Mar-2004 15:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
Mr. Anonymoius said:


>Is that supposed to be something special?

Compared to other Amiga sites worldwide, no!

Compared to other italian Amiga sites maybe...

But the important is that a name like Pegasos begin to be known...


>Over how long time?

From nov-1-2003 (using anglosaxon date standard), but it shows an increasing jump during last months (I will ask to Miky'060 to obtain more infos)


>Even a small site like Amiga.dk gets 5000 over two months.

As I said is interesting for the italian scene. It is in italian only (so restricted to our language visitors only) and it was not so known... (at least not until today).

The result is increasing its significance because it shows a certain interest from former amigans... as I said, "little" but it exists still...


And a little curiosity:

Here in Italy a lots of former amigans migrate to other platforms (mainly Windows) with a certain "rage" towards Amiga, as a psychological defence because they didn't want to "feel" anything more sensations for our beloved platform, considered as dead...

I don't know if it happened the same with Amiga elsewhere in other coutries...

To hate the desired object to leave quietly from it...
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 10 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by ikir on 14-Mar-2004 17:52 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Raffaele):
Nice one Miky060.
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 11 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by opi on 14-Mar-2004 17:53 GMT
We have got 8571 uniqe hits on Pegasos.pl.
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 12 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Lando on 14-Mar-2004 19:34 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Raffaele):
>I don't know if it happened the same with Amiga elsewhere in other
>coutries...
>
>To hate the desired object to leave quietly from it...

Absolutely. Here in the UK too, ex-Amigans are often the most derisory / sarcastic when you start talking about Amiga. Especially those who stuck with it longer.
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 13 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Frank213 on 14-Mar-2004 21:17 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Lando):
Same in Greece...
The ones who left the Amiga during the 1997-1999 period are as anti-Amiga as Atari users used to be. For some reason they feel betrayed or something. I guess that they should just get a life and stop living theirs through a machine or a scene etc...
Anyone using an Amiga nowdays does not complain at all. We've just accepted the fact that it's over and we use it just for fun.

Anyhow, since we're talking about Amiga sites, anyone who can speak greek might wanna have a look at www.amigathering.gr ;) The rest might wanna have a look at pictures from greek Amiga user meetings ;)

Frank
...ride the lightning
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 14 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Xtacy on 14-Mar-2004 22:37 GMT
Nice job Miky ^_^!
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 15 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by hammer on 15-Mar-2004 04:30 GMT
>(Not to mention linux users who are amazed by these new PPC platforms)

Care to post that particular text string in Slashdot.org?
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 16 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Miky060 on 15-Mar-2004 11:10 GMT
Hi all!
I just noticed this post/news in this moment, thanks for the interest! :-) I'm happy to have always more and more visits on my site and I would like to comment this:

"And ANN.LU much more than Amiga.dk."

This is obvious, as Christophe Decanini told, my site is an informative one (on it there are no daily updates like on news sites), it gives you a full review of Pegasos board and the OSes (MOS in primis) that run on it. Moreover we sell bare PegasosII boards and Pegasos complete systems. So to reach 5000 and more visits in few months is not a bad goal, moreover I still not publicized my site so much, so that number is very special for me. Only recently I publicated a review on an italian Amiga and alternative OSes specialized Magazine (www.bitplane.it) and my site also appeared in the links of a big italian pc-games magazine. They wrote an article on Amiga history and its actual situation. They spoke abviously also about the Peg and my site was publicized.

Let's comment this other:
" What would be interesting to know is how many non Amiga/Pegasos users visited the site and expressed interest in the products."
I can tell you that I receive every day a lot of mails from people interessed into buy one or interessed to have more specific infos about this platform. Many of them are often people completely not related to Amiga scene (or ex-amigans that don't use an amiga from 6/7 years..) that are really attracted by PPC platforms. Many of them search for a silent and low-power consumption machine to run with Linux and when they discover that a pegII cost almost half an AOne or a Mac they order one :-)
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 17 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 15-Mar-2004 11:15 GMT
Well, that's a whole other issue then.

Thanks for the clarifications. It makes more sense when things are put into perspective.
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 18 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 15-Mar-2004 12:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Miky060):
Cool :)

Cheers
Pegasos-Italia Site hits 5000 visits : Comment 19 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 15-Mar-2004 12:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Miky060):
BTW, perhaps it would be better if you broke up the text on your site abit with 's, it's quite long, so it might make it more readable.

Just my 2 cents, nice job on the site

Cheers
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