This month Quack Online! has already got more visitors in the third week of the month than all of October. Last month saw 1601 unique individuals visiting 50,005 times, viewing 19,724 files. The increased number of files viewed is attributed to the many pictures put on on Quack! over the last month and a half. November so far has seen 1611 visitors coming 74,244 times, viewing 18,576 files. The average number of daily visitors has increased by 140% to 70. The statistics shows that the viewer ship of Quack! Online has steadily increased since its launch on August 11, and has gained many regular readers.
Comment spam is turning into a problem, with many people posting absolutely useless shit (spam), irrelevant comments, and fighting over trivial issues (flame). Case in point is the Comment Wannabe’s article that saw 33 comments over nothing, and proves that some Tipians
are so stupid do not get the point. A comment blacklisting system is in order.
But there are also interesting articles, with interesting discussions following, such as the Need for a Mosque and the controversial Senseless Scandals and Gender Partiality issues.
As for what people search for to find this website, Quack! is still in the top 10 for all things ARY Digital. Many people will be surprised to type in their name in Google and see it as the top result. Try it for yourself. And too many people are searching for girls at TIP, literally typing their names in a search engine and coming to the website. I won’t name those girls, or the IP addresses of those who searched for them, but it seems those seem people want to see saboor’s naked. More seriously, many people also search for textile vision 2005, higher education commission, textile universities, and the like to find the website. And quite a few forget the URL, often searching for “quack textile institute of pakistan”. Or does that say something I don’t understand?
And oh yes, will the person who searched for “unethical pictures in sport” please stand up. And also “guys superiority”, “ladies hostel ragging”, and “haseen pics”. And please stop looking for “stealing in TIP”, we tend to discourage that sort of thing.
So what next? First to congratulate our regular writers, you know who you are (and our readers). Now it is time to maintain our regular readers, and discourage our Comment Wannabe’s. Lets bring in some more serious, better thought out, and interesting writing.
Congrajulations again to Abdul Saboor, Karim Kabir, Talib Raza, Mazhar Moosani, Adil Marvi, Aasim Ahmed, Masood Arig, Waqas Sultan, Ali Raza Merchant, Abid Raza, Saad Elahi, Sana Fidai and Sidrah Nadeem for bringing in thought provoking writing.