Another month has passed us by and it’s time for the Trollhattan Saab site statistics for March 2008.
There were a comparatively pedestrian 189 articles posted here during the month, averaging out at around 6 articles per day. I’ve had some medical issues this month that will be ongoing for a little while so the posting pace will continue to be moderate.
Here’s the chart for the month. Looks kinda like there was only one good day. But boy, what a day!
That one day that made everything else look so small was, of course, the release of the Saab 9-X BioHybrid at the Geneva Motor Show. That one day we had in excess of 22,000 page views.
For the month, the website has averaged 8,216 page views per day, served to an average of 4,869 people per day.
Some of the prominent entries for the month were:
Revelation of the name of the 9-X BioHybrid – 31 comments
My 0.02c on the 9-X BioHybrid – 36 comments
What’s going on with the Saab 9-3 – 32 comments
Eggs’ call for 9-5 cosmetic assistance – 34 comments
The Viggen Brand – a hard lesson learned – 29 comments
The Saab hockey stick and the future – 27 comments
Jan-Ake Jonsson: new Saab 9-5 in 2009 – 32 comments
Chat transcript: Anthony Lo – 27 comments (including Anthony himself)
Which Saab would you buy for your kids – 31 comments
They were all good, but the undoubted highlight for me, personally, was the chance to record an interview with Saab USA’s former chief, Mr Bob Sinclair. If you haven’t listened to it yet, please consider doing so as it’s a great story.
Bob’s a true trailblazer, in the non-vehicular sense of the word.