It is that time of the year again… The time to look over this year that is coming to its end! 2010 went so fast that I didn’t see the arrow of time flying! A lot of nice things happened, and a lot of things that were supposed to happen didn’t!
In 2010 Muzicosphere went over the 100000 unique visitors mark who read one of the 201 posts published this year (to be more accurate: 100974 unique visitors while I’m writing this post). I’m still hesitating on which way I should actually count the posts because I still write them in French & English without the help of an automatic translator… So I could also say I wrote 402 posts! For a quick comparison, in 2009 there was 30793 unique visitors who came here to read one of the 216 posts written last year.
In 2010 Muzicosphere gave rise to a first satellite website which is named G.A.S. a GoGo, a blog in French about music gear giveaways opened to international entrants… I’ve launched G.A.S. a GoGo back in June, 10 2010, and after a boring 3 months probation from the Google sandbox it is now growing its audience with a sweet growing fan base around the site. Funny statistic about G.A.S. a GoGo: ~120000 page views for ~10000 unique visitors, and 176 posts published. This must represent something like undigging approximately 150 gear giveaways around the world in 6 months!
In 2010, thanks to Muzicosphere I’ve started a collaboration with French website Guitare Live as a freelance writer: I’ve started to write guitar reviews, and guitar related chronicles. Every once in a while I’ll post about these articles here as I am allowed to publish English translations of these French articles. Soon enough I’ll have a shitload of gear reviews to share with you here just as the soon to come review of the Zitto Model 44th from Zitto Design (you can already see that strange guitar on Muzicosphere’s Tumblr).
Muzicosphere’s editorial policy is moving a bit lately, and I think it’s cool! It is the sign that all of this is alive, and evolving! Thanks to those who react, and interact here on the blog or anywhere else! Don’t hesitate to join the conversation in 2011.