I figured out how to make my Charley Project visitor stats public. As you can see, Charley generally averages about 2,000 to 3,000 visits a day. I got over 10,000 one time, when some really high-profile case hit the news (maybe Shawn Hornbeck, I can’t remember). The most commonly visited page right now is, shockingly enough, my entry page. The second most popular is the Everett Ruess casefile, which no longer exists since I resolved his case. That’s always a problem — there’s a high-profile resolve, and I remove the casefile, and loads of people try to look at it and it’s no longer there. Unless they know how to use Google cache, they won’t be able to see anything.
Speaking of stats, by blog readership is increasing. It started out at about 300 visits a day, and now it’s up to like 500. It had 740 visits on April 21 for some reason. *strokes her ego*