Wednesday, December 14, 2016

What the hell happened in June?

So this is a weird thing.

I have kind of had the blog in semi-hibernation since starting residency. I wasn't really checking in, or looking at stats at all (for readers and viewers, etc).

But, something weird happened in June. I had this crazy spike in visits in June 2016. And I have no idea why. I can't go back now to see where the source was or if there was some link or story featured.

Just this:

Just wondering if anyone out there has any ideas on where this sudden surge of traffic came from? Was Dr. Grumpy's blog featured on The Daily Show or something? Did I get a shout out on CBC radio 2 ?

Just curious.


Anonymous said...

It would very much depend on how many actual hits you got, but I spent June reading your entire blog from the beginning to the end...

Albinoblackbear said...

Hmmmm, interesting! Well, I suppose that could have been part of the upswing! Beginning to end, hey? I should probably do that sometime! I'm (surprised) happy I was able to hold someones attention through all that whining!!! :D

Anonymous said...

Oh yes, beginning to end! It's almost a bit embarrassing to admit that I did it, but I do love a good story, and I loved the suspense of not knowing where you would end up!

Peace said...

Oh thanks god i am not the only one who read your blog begginning to end��

Albinoblackbear said...

@Slukett - hahah that is awesome! I still don't know where I will end up! ;) Will keep you posted!

@Peace - hahah that is awesome. :D

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