20,000!

I’ve just reached 20,000 page views! I’m sure you don’t care, but to me this is a moment I’d like to share with you. Let’s all just take a second to bask in what this milestone truly means.
Finished? OK. The part about this that perplexes me is that, at present, over 10% of those page views have been for Billy Elliot, a review that up until recently had spelling mistakes in it. Why is it so popular? well mainly because when you do a Google image search, the picture I’ve used comes up pretty early on, but hey, a view is a view.
Thanks to everyone that’s been visiting my site, I appreciate you taking the time to read my opinions and ramblings on films. Here’s to the next 20,000 views!

6 thoughts on “20,000!

  1. Where people show up is sort of unexplainable. One of the most visited reviews on my page is for the film Candyman and another is for Blow Up. I've given up trying to understand it.

  2. I know what you mean. I've just had a quick check back through my post views, and discovered some of the more well known posts have had hardly any views. No Country For Old Men has only had 2, yet the lesser known Strictly Ballroom, the post immediately prior to it, has almost 400. I'm going to stop thinking about it now.

  3. Congrats. My most viewed post is entirely due to Google images. Apparently Google Sweden just put one of the images at the top of its search engine a few days ago because I got over 900 views in a couple hours. Almost all of them came from Sweden. Just as fast as they started, though, they ended.

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