This is just a quick administrative post on the status of Jetson Green. I’m pleased to announce that Jetson Green has come upon two major milestones: (1) passing the 100,000 unique visitors threshold + (2) passing the one year mark in existence. As another interesting note, this post is number 400 for Jetson Green. I’m proud of these achievements, but I want to thank the readers of Jetson Green. We’re currently hovering around 900 readers in the feed, so this website is becoming considerable in reach. As you can see from the graph below, it just keeps growing and improving. I think these numbers are incredible, especially because this is a one-person endeavor and we haven’t hit the front page of digg (or similar).
Jetson Green is a major passion of mine. If you know me, however, you’ll know that I want to extend this discourse beyond the realm of online edification. I want to be actively engaged in making our built environment better … and I rely on constant interaction with readers, business leaders, and experts to get to do that. By all means, reach out and send me an email. Get in contact if you’d like. Leave a comment with a quick thought. It really does help. Tips are great, too. Even just a link will do, because I research out every story. Also feel free to link up on Twitter, StumbleUpon, or Building Green TV.
What’s next? Well, I have a few tricks up my sleeve. First, I want to keep Jetson Green focused, cutting-edge, relevant, and 100% accurate. Second, well, I’ll unveil the rest in due time. In the mean time, if you have a suggestion or thought, drop it in the comments or contact me. I will say that I’m changing the way advertising works on this site. I’ve been experimenting with ads over the past year, and to be completely honest, I’m not making money here (which is okay because that’s not why I started Jetson Green). If I do begin making money, it’s going to get reinvested in the website so I can deliver better content. Anyway, I’m cooking up something different for advertising, so contact me if you have any thoughts.Article tags: Weblogs