The Kneeslider is just over 3 years old now and thanks to all of you it’s growing steadily. Yesterday we moved onto our own server, something that was long overdue, because the traffic at times gets a little heavy and the old arrangement just wasn’t working anymore.
Somewhere over (quite often WELL over) 10,000 of you stop by The Kneeslider, every day! In case you’re wondering, for a motorcycle website, that’s
pretty good VERY good! You come by to see what’s happening in the world of motorcycles, read the comments and leave a few of your own. One of the best things about the traffic is where all of you come from, lots of you are from the United States, of course, but as I mentioned once before, Antarctica is about the only place I haven’t seen any readers from yet, as far as I know, but someone down there may have slipped in while I wasn’t watching. The readership here is a mix of everyone from riders just like yourself to designers, builders and industry leaders, we get traffic from almost every motorcycle company on a daily basis. So when you leave a comment and wonder if anyone sees it, … trust me, they do.
We get a lot of readers from the various branches of our military services, too. A VERY special thanks to all of you!
I’ve been rearranging the site a bit to make it easier to use but there’s still a lot more work to go, it’s a continual process. If there is something broken, just let me know and I’ll get it straightened out.
There are some really interesting stories in the works already, but if you know of a particular motorcycle or motorcycle related business or someone involved in the industry that might interest the folks here, let me know, maybe it will make a nice feature.
If you have a motorcycle related business and you’re wondering where you can advertise to reach a lot of passionate motorcycle riders and buyers really quickly, you should seriously consider The Kneeslider. Once your ad appears you’ll be seen worldwide in minutes. Do you think your business might benefit if 10,000 more motorcyclists knew about it by tomorrow?
As I said, all of this growth is because of all of you. I’ll keep doing my best to bring you stories you might not find anywhere else or maybe from a little different perspective. Don’t hesitate to leave your comments on those stories and use the contact form to let me know about anything else.
Thanks, again. Now, there’s much to write and stories to tell, I had better get back to work.