Nostalgia and Now had the 100,000th visitor yesterday, since the website started, in April of 2009. After a slow start, in which only 529 visits were made to the site, in the first full month, 12,071 visits were made last month.
There was one blip in October of 2010 when there were 14,039 visitors, mostly because of an article about the death of Barbara Billingsley, the mother on Leave it to Beaver.
The average number of visits per day has risen from 14 in April of 2009, to 94 in April,2010 and is 495 so far this April.
Over the last four weeks, the number of visits per week has been 2,437, 2,720, 3,320 and 3,757.
The yearly totals have increased from 8,932 in 2009, to 60,955 in 2010 and to 30,511 in the first three months and eleven days of 2011.
None of this would be possible without the loyal readers of Nostalgia and Now.
Lately, I have had writer’s block on nostalgia, so would appreciate any readers with nostalgic ideas to send them to me at Niteowl049@msn.com
I want to thank every reader who has ever visited this website, and hope they have found something interesting.
To find the more nostalgic postings, look further back in the archives to 2009. This 2009 post about A&W Root Beer stands, is an example of the nostalgic posts: