I’ve already posted my top blog articles from 2007, so now it’s time for some of my photos. These aren’t my top photos based on any kind of traffic or stats; they’re just the ones I like the best (and in no particular order). If you’re interested in seeing my best photos based on statistics, you can check out my “Most Popular” collection on Flickr. This also happens to be an entry into Jim Goldstein’s Photography Blog Project #3: “Your Best Photos From 2007″ — the deadline is January 11th for anybody else interested in participating.
WOW — 2007 was great! I started up the blog in mid-January last year, and it’s been an awesome experience since that time. I had been involved with photography a few years prior to the blog, but nothing like that of the last year. The blog has caused me to really focus on my photography and building relationships with other photographers and photography bloggers. All in all it’s been great, and I wouldn’t give it up for anything. A BIG THANKS to everyone who sticks around, reads the articles, links to the blog, makes comments, and especially to those with whom I’ve become friends (you know who you are).
This blog has grown far larger than I had ever expected. In the course of a year, we’ve had over 825,000 pageviews, 513,000 visitors, and 443,000 unique visitors! That’s a lot of people. The blog has a PageRank of 5, an Alexa ranking of 42,139, and a Technorati ranking of 6,481! We’re up to almost 2000 subscribers (it jumped to 2001 a few days ago and dropped back down) and the site gets around 2,000 to 4,000 visitors per day on average. We’ve also had 7 articles make it to the front page of Digg (which certainly accounts for a good chunk of traffic and growth)!
So if you’re fairly new around here, check out these articles from the past. I’ve picked out two from each month (excluding January) that might be worth checking out if you haven’t seen them before.
Not much really happened in Jauary — I was just getting the blog off the ground and trying to learn the ropes.