A little round of self congratulatory applause never goes amiss, particularly as I had no one to clap in a red shirt on Monday night. On Sunday, after just 3 months, What was the score?
swept past 10,000 page views which I'm quite chuffed about. Over 80% of the 10,000 'hits' according to Bravenet
have been from unique visitors, i.e. a visitor that has not visited in the previous 24 hours.
What was the score?
means a lot of things to me and is a living document of my time in Chicago as I learn even more about myself and other people after a rollercoaster couple of years in my life. It is also my blank canvas to write down emotions, thoughts and opinions about a whole host of stuff primarily of course my love for Charlton Athletic which is a relationship that is approaching it's 20th year. It does sometimes upset me though that the relationship is a bit one sided!
Now I know my Mum is a regular visitor to What was the score?
but I accept that not everyone is interested in whether I am eating my greens or not. Without a doubt most of my visitors come from Forever Charlton
, which all fans would agree is a wonderful source of a wide variety of Charlton news and views. Then of course there is the traffic from the rapidly expanding Charlton blog society.
I remember back in June when Inspector Sands
had these words to say about the birth of What was the score? "please be upstanding for a new Charlton blog: Chicago Addick. There's room for more than one of us in this town, you know?"
One? Blimey, what have you started Inspector?