Top Monthly Page Views For A Cricket Blog

All cricket bloggers dream one day of usurping Cricinfo and becoming the paramount source of information in the cricket world. I’m honest enough to admit I’m just in this game so Google will officially recognize me and hand off millions of company shares (you’ve got your dreams, I’ve got mine).

But I wanted to ask: how many monthly page views do you cricket bloggers get? Come on, ‘fess up! I just had my best month since I started this blog in September 2007, with a grand total of 3,400 views this month. I know, I have a long way to go before I catch up to Uncle J Rod, whom I suspect is in the lead.


6 thoughts on “Top Monthly Page Views For A Cricket Blog

  1. Bruce says:

    I’m up to about 3 page views per day! Thought I would get lots of traffic if I started writing about the IPL. Then I did a Google blog search for “cricket ipl” and it came up with 226 000 results. I guess I wasn’t the only one. Thanks for your interesting blog which makes an interesting change from the normal drivel.

    • duckingbeamers says:

      Thanks for the post, Bruce. The IPL has done wonders for my own blog, so I heartily recommend it for yours.

  2. Jrod says:

    I’m around 30,000 a month, but it’s constantly on the way up. King cricket would have a few more, but number 1 would be The Corridor by Will Luke. He would probably have 5 times my hits. And Well Pitched would be about mine or King Cricket’s level I’d guess.

    • duckingbeamers says:

      Thanks, JRod. I clearly have much to do before I catch up. By the way, why’d you stop the podcasts?

  3. Jrod says:

    To be honest I never really made a decision to stop them, I just haven’t done one in a while. I’ll bring them back soon, I’ve been saying that since December though.

  4. Q says:

    Just saw this post.. Jrod is almost right.. we fluctuate between 20,000-30,000 per month..

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