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4-06-2009 @ 3:12PM
How are the numbers for wowinsider? It's not a good measurement of WoW subscribers, but you can make better measurements.
4-06-2009 @ 3:18PM
I'm not sure how much I can say here, other than that our numbers are growing. But there's a lot more than just WoW growth going on with us too. We're doing more site promotion, expanding our coverage in key areas, working hard, etc...But even with all that taken into account, it's cool to see across the bloggosphere site traffic increases (it is) - definitely a sign that the WoW community itself is at least growing, which is likely indicative of subscription growth (although we can't be sure, the variables are not directly linked).
4-06-2009 @ 4:41PM
I've been astounded by the depth and breadth of the wow blogosphere- the response I saw when I started my blog was nothing short of breathtaking.
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