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Updated: 2017-12-06T07:37:01.524-08:00

 



Congratulations Greg. Does that cash-flow-positive...

2006-01-03T03:19:00.000-08:00

Congratulations Greg. Does that cash-flow-positive status include budgeting for your own salary? If so, even more impressive.



Congratulations Greg. What you have accomplished ...

2006-01-02T23:10:00.000-08:00

Congratulations Greg. What you have accomplished thus far with Findory is impressive and inspirational.



Being cash flow positive is good... even if it is ...

2006-01-02T22:29:00.000-08:00

Being cash flow positive is good... even if it is by a few bucks.

Congrats...

I'm catching up on you guys :)

http://traffic.alexa.com/graph?w=640&h=480&r=6m&y=p&u=findory.com/&u=rojo.com&u=tailrank.com&u=memeorandum.com

I didn't realize Alexa could do inline comparison like that. Pretty sweet I must say.



Luca,There is an international edition (and one wi...

2006-01-02T21:18:00.000-08:00

Luca,

There is an international edition (and one with italian news, though in english). Just start clicking on lots of stories about italy...



GregWhen did you first start doing revenue ? This...

2006-01-02T20:43:00.000-08:00

Greg

When did you first start doing revenue ? This is a big trade off in any start up. What made you start at that time ?



Congrats! Findory continues to rock.

2006-01-02T20:32:00.000-08:00

Congrats! Findory continues to rock.



Congratulations from Portugal! Findory is a great ...

2006-01-02T16:47:00.000-08:00

Congratulations from Portugal! Findory is a great tool. Thanks Greg.



Well done Greg from Melbourne Australia. Findory i...

2006-01-02T14:14:00.000-08:00

Well done Greg from Melbourne Australia. Findory is a great news site. I hope 2006 brings you some fruitful discussions with the big boys.



Congrats Greg. I am waiting an international editi...

2006-01-02T13:14:00.000-08:00

Congrats Greg. I am waiting an international edition or an italian one :)



Thanks, Nathan and Shawn!

2006-01-01T23:04:00.000-08:00

Thanks, Nathan and Shawn!



Greg, Thanks for Findory. I use it every day as m...

2006-01-01T20:52:00.000-08:00

Greg, Thanks for Findory. I use it every day as my primary RSS reader now! The suggestions keep it close to digg as a must have tool.

Thanks for a loyal user! Shawn Smith



Congrats, Greg! Good work deserves to get noticed,...

2006-01-01T19:58:00.000-08:00

Congrats, Greg! Good work deserves to get noticed, and thankfully, it has been.

Don't ever take away Findory. I'm not sure I could live without it!



Hi, Mike. Yes, the graph is of hits. Hits includ...

2006-01-01T18:15:00.000-08:00

Hi, Mike. Yes, the graph is of hits. Hits includes image requests, etc.

Findory never has used a lot of images, Javascript, or other goo like that, so the hits are meaningful. You can see that because the hits aren't significantly higher than page views, 3.2M page views in Dec 2005 compared to 4.5M hits.

The main reason I'm reporting hits is that Findory moved to different boxes twice in 2004. The logs from those early boxes are in a different format, so hits are what is easily available for early 2004.

The page view numbers do appear to be pretty similar. Dec 2005 viewed page views were 3.2M. Sep 2005 viewed page views were 1.9M. Q4 2005 viewed page views were 9.7M, Q3 2005 viewed page views were 5.5M.

That's an average monthly growth rate of 21% from Q3 2005 to Q4 2005, stronger than the 16%/month growth in hits during that period.



Congrats on the great growth Greg. Nothing wrong w...

2006-01-01T17:09:00.000-08:00

Congrats on the great growth Greg. Nothing wrong with being cash-flow positive either!

Question regarding "hits": Are you using the traditional meaning of "hits", which would include basically any call made to your web servers including images, javascript files, etc? I assume not, since that's a pretty meaningless statistic, but unless I read the description wrong, that's what you're using. Page views and unique users would seem to be the graphs you'd want to show... and I'm sure both are equally impressive.