LifeReboot.com recently experienced this kind of immediate popularity, and the overwhelming amount of requests for yesterday’s article caused a traffic spike that crippled the web server performance so drastically my hosting service suspended my account — it was exciting.
It was disappointing, however, to think about how thousands of people were trying to access my website and were only seeing an embarrassing “Account Suspended” error message.
Nevertheless, it’s quite encouraging to know that I have the ability to write an article capable of drawing that much attention to itself. Yesterday was therefore an important milestone in my blogging career — to me, it means that people are genuinely interested in what I have to say.
Within five hours, my article discussing 10 Reasons It Doesn’t Pay To Be “The Computer Guy” was viewed by almost 13,000 unique readers.
I never anticipated my site would become so popular so fast. Barely one month since LifeReboot’s debut, it has already gained an impressive audience — a feat which I imagined would probably require at least six months of writing.
In the past 24 hours, I’ve successfully migrated the entire site to a new high-volume hosting provider. Therefore, LifeReboot.com will likely be able to handle large amounts of site traffic for future articles.
Thanks so much for reading, commenting, and sharing — you’re all helping me believe in my dream.
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