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Today marks the conclusion of the 11th week since SiteFever.com went online. In those 11 weeks, we have seen 108 posts and 929 comments. 18,224 unique visitors have stopped by SiteFever.com for a total of 29,467 visits. However, we’re going to have to bid farewell.

It’s off to the Andes Mountains and the Amazon River for me. After much thought, I’ll be moving there in about two weeks and believe it or not, the Internet is not readily available in the middle of the rainforest. As for the current 1TB contest, I will pick a winner and send the hard drive next week before I leave.

It’s been an exciting journey up until now, but hopefully another great blogger will take the reins from here. To help fund my trip, SiteFever.com is priced for a quick sale at $1,250 US. Included would be the domains SiteFever.com, SiteFever.info, SiteFever.net and SiteFever.us, and the entire contents of this blog. Here’s an overview of some statistics other than the ones already mentioned:

Total 11 week income: $1,136.78
Technorati authority: 204
Technorati rank: 22,556
Alexa rank: 73,129
Google Pagerank: 2, predicted 5 (4.8)
Yahoo backlinks: 4,512
RSS subscribers: 318
MyBlogLog community members: 135
My 22 page PDF “Blog Traffic Made Easy” has been downloaded at least 1,196 times since its release on August 21.
SiteFever.com has been featured on two separate posts on JohnChow.com: Post 1 Post 2

If you’re interested in purchasing SiteFever.com for the asking price of $1,250 or if you would like to make an offer, you can contact me at jrobinson@sitefever.com.

PHOTOS FROM 2001 (click for fullsize):


Cuzco, Peru: Plaza de Armas


Cuzco, Peru: Plaza de Armas


Huaraz, Peru: Hiking in the Andes mountains


Macchu Picchu, Peru: Inca city constructed around 1450 


Riobamba, Ecuador: Me standing on a rock under a waterfall


Riobamba, Ecuador: Photo taken standing at the top of the same waterfall

 
Somewhere near Otavalo, Ecuador: Top of a volcano filled with water

Thank you all for your support of this blog, and I hope that I brought some valuable information that many of you can apply with your online ventures. I’ll be checking up on SiteFever.com from time to time from cyber cafes in South America to see how its new owner is doing. Who knows… maybe I can appear as a guest blogger every once in a while!


Category: John's World
Article posted by: Neon on September 21st, 2007



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15 Comments to “End Of The Road” »

Comment by Samantha
Sep 21 2007 at 4:28 pm

I can’t believe you are selling this blog. This site has been a tremendous resouce for me helping me to get my blog online up and running. I have learned an immence amount of information from you, John.

I am anxious to see who purchases this site from you, and I feel that you’ve got it WAY underpriced! I’m sure this blog will receive even more information now that its being sold.

Good luck in your future endeavors.

– Samantha

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Sep 21 2007 at 4:54 pm

[…] Thank you all for your support of this blog, and I hope that I brought some valuable information that many of you can apply with your online ventures. I’ll be checking up on SiteFever.com from time to time from cyber cafes in South America to see how its new owner is doing. Who knows… maybe I can appear as a guest blogger every once in a while! Add your comment! […]

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Comment by kiloutimuk
Sep 21 2007 at 4:54 pm

What a great opportunity! If I knew a little bit more about blogging I would buy it but I’m afraid that if I did, it would go downhill :)

I’m just a noobie. I, too, will be curious to see who takes sitefever over from here on out.

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Sep 21 2007 at 5:19 pm

[…] Thank you all for your support of this blog, and I hope that I brought some valuable information that many of you can apply with your online ventures. I’ll be checking up on SiteFever.com from time to time from cyber cafes in South America to see how its new owner is doing. Who knows… maybe I can appear as a guest blogger every once in a while! Add your comment! […]

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Sep 21 2007 at 5:19 pm

[…] Thank you all for your support of this blog, and I hope that I brought some valuable information that many of you can apply with your online ventures. I’ll be checking up on SiteFever.com from time to time from cyber cafes in South America to see how its new owner is doing. Who knows… maybe I can appear as a guest blogger every once in a while! Add your comment! […]

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Sep 21 2007 at 5:22 pm

Wow. Just….wow.

I can’t believe you selling it, and for that cheap too! You can’t even just cut back on your posting frequency?

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Sep 21 2007 at 5:34 pm

Bloody hell! I wasn’t expecting that!

I think your site is worth way more than you’re asking, and I only wish I’d made enough money on my blog to buy it from you! (I’m only on about $200 in the 3 weeks I’ve been running).

I wish you luck with selling the site (I don’t imagine you’ll have trouble finding a buyer) and with your new adventures. It was a great blog to read – I just hope whoever snaps it up carries it on in the same fashion :-)

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Sep 21 2007 at 5:39 pm

Wow John! It’s certainly surprising to see your departure from SiteFever, but I wish you all the best for your life in South America. It’s certainly a world away from the hustle and bustle of city life, and I’m sure you’ll find it to be a most enriching experience.

Farewell and Bon Voyage :)

Dev
Daily Moolah dot Com

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Comment by J. Robinson
Sep 21 2007 at 5:46 pm

SiteFever.com has been sold in a record breaking 54 minutes. Payment has been received.

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Comment by browie
Sep 21 2007 at 5:53 pm

So wait, You were having these contests and this ad selling and now you’re just moving? Crazyness. Have fun in the trees.

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Sep 21 2007 at 6:06 pm

Schock-horror,

Flabbergasted, but totally understood. What can I say John,I’m too late to buy that site, so I just have to come back and see what the new “dude” is doing with it.

Good luck in the land of mysteries and clouds.It was nice reading your blog and seeing what you did with it.

Take care
Monika :-)

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Comment by knupNET
Sep 24 2007 at 7:22 am

Good luck going forward!

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Sep 26 2007 at 8:46 pm

[…] Thank you all for your support of this blog, and I hope that I brought some valuable information that many of you can apply with your online ventures. I’ll be checking up on SiteFever.com from time to time from cyber cafes in South America to see how its new owner is doing. Who knows… maybe I can appear as a guest blogger every once in a while! Add your comment! […]

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