Adafruit pageviews, visits and where they came from 2013-2014 state of the fruit #makerbusiness
Ok folks, here it is – Adafruit page views, visits and where they came from 2013-2014.
We have other properties and traffic that’s not in this quickie report, but we wanted to share this with you. Thanks for visiting the blog and supporting Adafruit! We have some older “state of the fruit” posts from the past to check out and compare too.
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I want to thank both of you and the Adafruit team for all that you do. I met Phil in passing long time ago at the first couple of Podcast Expos. Though I was not into Maker stuff at the time I always enjoyed reading and learning what people create and how.
Over the past couple of years work and other things kept me from having free time to do any meaningful projects. At times all I could do was look forward to the live shows.
I still am not what I consider a “Maker” but I play with smaller projects and am going to make the effort in 2015 to do a few projects worth sharing. Maybe even make it onto a Show and Tell. No matter what if I need something that Adafruit sells I buy it here first over Amazon and other places. I even had Adafruit gift certificates on my Christmas list.
Thanks again for your years of hard work making Adafruit what it is both as an outstanding business and educating all of us. I look forward to seeing what all comes in 2015.