What happens when you get Ajaxianed, Digged, Delicious’ed, Techcrunched – some statistics

It has been almost 5 days, since Amberjack.org is online, so I though it would be interesting to see, how the blogosphere reacted and how traffic has evolved (is this proper English? :)).

Ajaxian was the first to review Amberjack on Wednesday, followed by listings on the homepages of Delicious on Thursday, Digg and Techcrunch on Friday. It seems as if Digg clearly won the race:

Amberjack Statistics - Referers

See what happens when you get Digged and Techcrunched on the same (Fri-)day (blue=visits, orange=pageviews):

Amberjack Statistics - Visits

It was great fun to watch the log files tailed in putty 🙂 The heat is over and now the first users have contributing their tours. If you have also put a cool Amberjack tour online, please let me know.

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5 responses to “What happens when you get Ajaxianed, Digged, Delicious’ed, Techcrunched – some statistics

  1. nothing from reddit?

  2. Wow, must be cool to see those stats!

  3. @mario64 at least nothing worth mentioning.

    @chad yes, it was a pleasure 🙂

    Now, while the page views are going down quite a bit and very few users from digg & co. are pouring in, there is a growing number of requests coming in from sites that have implemented a tour (the “long tail” ;)).

  4. What piece of SW created the second graph?

  5. Hi Tim, Google Analytics did – both graphics.
    Cheers, Arash

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