April 25, 2006

April RHM’s Biggest Month

Reds: ImpactIf you look down the right-hand side of the page, you'll see a section “Most Read Posts.” Number one is Posters for the Unmotivated, which has been viewed over 9000 times since it was published in September of last year.

Amazingly (to me), April has now surpassed last September as Red Hot Mama's biggest month ever by page views. And there are still five days to go.

I'd like to take all the credit, but I'm going to have to call it an indication of the uptick in fan interest in the team this year. The team is 13-7 and looking strong. This is the good life.

Let's keep it going. I want to see May leave 'em all in the dust.

Go Reds!

4 comments to “April RHM’s Biggest Month”

  1. Neat! April’s been pretty huge for us, too. Though I can only compare it to February and March because before that we were blissfully unaware of our depressingly low traffic. I guess it’s not been so low lately, though.

    Anyway, yay for April! And for the Reds!

  2. Red Hot Mama says:

    I bet it’s not as depressingly low as you think. I read an article the other day that said the average audience for a blog is 8. Of course, that counts all those MySpace accounts maintained by 13-year olds, but still.

    And now 14-7. Things are only getting better, girlfriend.

  3. Yeah! If I had a broom it’d be at arm’s reach. Instead all I have is a knock-off swiffer. That’s close enough, though.

  4. KC2HMZ says:

    I think it’s an indication of an upturn in fan interest in RHM this year.

    You’ve had some impressive accomplishments here. What other blogger got to give the third degree to Reds luminaries during the Reds caravan? And recently you outdid yourself with the interview of Tom Browning.

    Best I’ve ever done in the getting-noticed-by-players department was to make a relief pitcher by the name of Scott Medvin stop and laugh while warming up in the bullpen at a barb I tossed at Tommy Barrett of the Scranton Phillies during a minor league game in Buffalo in 1989. So, you must be doing something right.

    John (HMZ)