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Small review of RoadsOut.Com's Hits

I'd like display a line graph borrowed from Alexa Rating of the total number of hits as compared to the total number of visits all around the world on other websites for RoadsOut.Com.

This graph shows you that RoadsOut.Com actually was getting some good hits by the middle and end of the year 2008. It continued that pattern in the start of 2009 after which it simply lost those number of hits.

That was because I failed to constantly update the site with new topics. Plus I ran into a couple of design issues and was spending more time on that.

Later everything just collapsed because my hosting account expired on Godaddy.Com.

But the good thing to extract from all this is, if we can do it once, we can do it again. That's what we're going to do.

RoadsOut.Com is here to stay. And do well in good time. :)


  1. Latest stats show promise though,


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