WiiNintendo Made It Onto “Icons of the Web”
Many of you have probably ran across this image already. It is a compilation of favicons of the world’s 288,945 most visited sites, according to Alexa data . What you probably did not see was that WiiNintendo made the cut! Check out the enlarged image below to see just where you can find us.
Thank you so much for helping us get there. If it was not for you, our readers, we would have never achieved something like this! So, next time they do something like this, let’s try to be as big as Google! Ha!
If you would like to search for yourself, or find out if another website was included, head over to Icons of the Web.
Some notes from hey_suburbia (copied from comment section):
Thanks so much to all the readers, commenters, forum members, and to past and current contributors! It’s been fun running the site for over 4 years and it’s great that we’re still relevant on the web!
Our ranking on the internet by visitor fluctuates from 40,000 – 80,000. That’s pretty rad.
Also, I’ll take this time to post some stats about WiiNintendo and it’s traffic.
- Visitors this last month: http://i.imgur.com/UCsX7.png http://i.imgur.com/VQtcA.png
- Visitors over the last two years (Doesn’t take into account the millions of visitors who came to this site during early 2007 from my Wii Sports Experiment): http://i.imgur.com/oz3GU.png
- Posts, Comments (Not Forums): http://i.imgur.com/z9erB.png
- WiiNintendo in the Media (Pre-Google Analytics): http://www.wiinintendo.net/2007/01/30/wii-sports-experiment-from-digg-to-book-deal/