Wednesday, 16 January 2008

Hello to my regular visitor! (& 1000 hits reached!)

As I celebrate the one-thousandth hit on my blog site today, I would like to send out a special hello to the person who has contributed the most number of individual hits to my blog site.

I don't know who you are, except to say that my statcounter statistics that I keep (A plug to Statcounter, an excellent site to keep your web stats!) state that there is one user, based in Voorhees, New Jersey, who visits my site at least once a day, pratically every day, sometimes more. This has been the case for many, many months now.

I am assuming that whoever you are, you probably have my site as your homepage (of which I'm very flattered!)

If you know who you are, I'd like to hear from you. If you have read any of my released gamebooks, I would like to know what you think of them. Feel free to make a comment to this post if you wish. If you'd rather stay anonymous, though, that's Ok!


Jonathan said...

Hello! I've been checking this page once a day, but I'm probably not the user you mentioned since I'm not in New Jersey. I haven't read any of your books yet, but I did read and enjoy your two Choices mini-gamebooks online. We talked before on a thread you posted on - you know me as MrHandy. I entered your mini-adventure contest, and I've been checking lately to see if you announced a winner.

J P Barnett said...

I think it's likely you are the user, Jonathan as my stats indicate there is only one person who visits my site every day without fail. I've noticed that sometimes when my own hits are recorded under statcounter, it says that I am from Sydney or Canberra (when I'm really from Melbourne). It might be something to do with the server the data is being read from rather than the user's physical location.

Jonathan said...

Yes, that makes sense. I'm not sure why your initial email on December 22 never got through, but I'm receiving them just fine now. Thanks for getting in touch. I look forward to seeing my story on your site and reading your book.