According to StatCounter, the application that keeps track of such things, sometime on last Saturday Bark Bark Woof Woof passed one million page views since I started using that particular application.
Actually it doesn’t really mean a lot in terms of record-keeping since I’ve been through several trackers and they’ve all been reset when I started using them, and I started using StatCounter in 2008, five years after I launched this thing. So who knows how many people have stopped by.
Also, according to those in the know, page visits doesn’t really mean a heck of a lot. It could be someone passing by or who Googled “barkbark” and came here looking for some way to keep their dog quiet. And in the larger scheme of things, a website getting a million hits in the span of a little over eleven years ain’t a lot. I suspect the big dogs get a million or more a year.
But I like to think it’s the quality, not the quantity, and the quality of my readership — we few, we happy few — makes up for the perceived lack of attention. I’ve been seen by some impressive people and gotten very nice compliments from them on the work I do. That means more than volume.
So we’ll celebrate the next million in 2026. Stick around for that.