Monday, November 19, 2007

UMass Football Blog News


I would just like to let the UMass Football Blog on-line community know that we had the biggest day in UMass Football Blog history yesterday.

There was more traffic in one day than I had during a couple of months in 2005. Overall daily visits have about doubled since 2006.

I've also had two e-mail recently about placing ads on the blog and of course, Blogger has Adsense.

But I'll never have ads here...

Go UMass and thanks to all the UMass Football Blog community.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for providing UMass football information. We all enjoy your blogs and appreciate all your hard work.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great work! You usually have the information we need first and you can be counted on for much-needed updates.

Anonymous said...

I agree with these two comments. I totally enjoy your blogs. I visit your Blog before anywhere else. I must have visited your site a dozen times yesterday waiting for updated information on the playoffs. By the way, no Hofstra pictures? What's up with that? Just kidding. Let's keep this alive. Go UMass!!

UMass74 said...

I almost went to Hofstra, however after road trips to Colgate, William & Mary, Maine and Rhode Island, it turned out that I was temporarily out of SPU's (spousal permission units).

Anonymous said...

Thanx for a great read!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for keeping those of us far from Amherst "in the know"...

Rep points for you on AGS for all your good wrok here...and there...

djp22192

Anonymous said...

Excellent, excellent. My first stop in the morning.

Anonymous said...

great job! Thanks for all your effort

dennisdent said...

I check your blog whenever and wherever I travel in the world--makes me feel connected to the team.

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Like everyone said.. Great work. I to stop here every morning.. Hey Denninsdent. I played HS football with Dennis Dents son... hell of a player!

Anonymous said...

I check your blog almost daily because I find more timely and more information on it than on the UMass site itself. You have a fan here!