Let’s get started.

Pinoy Teens Online is flying on cloud nine right now, but nah, I don’t feel like celebrating it. There has always been something wrong with this blog that has touched me emotionally, while everything else seems to work out really perfectly.  So, let’s set aside those moody emotions of mine and move deeper into what has happened these past few days on Pinoy Teens Online.

Traffic first.

This blog, yes, I’m talking about this blog had a traffic spike of 61,000 visitors on May 3, which was the day when Manny Pacquiao demolished Ricky Hatton inside the ring. It’s something really amazing which I’ll be talking about later with you.

But let’s head to a bigger picture:

Traffic Stats

Our Traffic

As you can see in that picture, we’re currently receiving an average of 8,000 visitors for the month of May due to the huge traffic spike and hold on to a all-time-high 1,900 average hits per day for the year 2009 in contrast to the very low slightly above 1,000 mark we had in average in 2008. The traffic could have never been better, and it’s yet half through May, we assume to hit the 100,000 mark for this month before it ends.

Money Money Money

We devoured three money making posts on this blog already, two of which might have been very notable while the other looks to be a little bit more deceiving, those articles have cashed in 45 in total for us, like 15 per post; and that in U.S Dollars.

We also received donations from the people who have made use of our SopCast player hawt tip on how to watch Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton live, which sums up to 30 U.S Dollars. It makes us really feel good whenever we can help people in need, and the touching story of some of our readers that time seems to be worth all the hard work to get our blog on top for a certain key phrase.

Adbrite has also been on it’s highest notes, a check worth 30 U.S Dollar is on it’s way here, while there are still 40 U.S Dollar still awaiting to mature. But what has really gained much attention in the blogoshpere, even on the blog herald, and on a known Filipino forum, was our AdSense performance which was beyond expectation exceeding all our set goals.

Our Adsense

Our Adsense

There you have it, a huge fat 500+ earnings in adsense with still half to go of this month, that’s due to the 350 USD one day earning that we made from the Pacquiao fight.

That’s not all, let’s go to comments.

Comments has been quite low, but I can’t deny the fact that we’ve got 800 comments on one article this month that leaves us with no complaints at all.

What’s still ahead of us?

The sub blogs are cooling down again, I’m beginning to be lazy as the school year is about to start, just a little information to everyone who has been asking, yes, I am an Atenean to be this school year 2009-2010 for Information Technology 🙂

ps: One last thing that has been worrying me is our stand with Technorati :(
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