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Transformers Roll Out Four Year Anniversary

Happy Birthday to this blog! It is that time again, when I reflect back on what happened in the world of Transformers since the previous year. I can’t believe it has been 4 years already since I started this blog. A lot has happened since then. Transformers are always evolving and transforming like their namesake, and I’m glad to be along for the ride.

This blog managed to get over 100,000 hits in the past year. I think that’s pretty good, considering I do no advertising or marketing campaigns whatsoever. The huge spike in July of 2011 is because of the last TF movie, Dark of the Moon. The next movie will be summer of 2014. So can I expect another spike in hits? Only time will tell.

I do have some tentative future plans for this blog. Among them is to move it off WordPress, and host it on my own domain. I’ve been meaning to do that for some time now, but just can’t find the time. I think I’ll make that a goal for year 5.

Anyway, I’m happy to still be blogging. Long live Transformers. Now and forever… Transform and Roll Out!

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  1. Jay
    November 7, 2013 at 3:28 am | #1

    Happy 4th birthday to your blog! I hope I could reach what you’ve attained with my newly created Transformers blog too.

    • November 11, 2013 at 6:22 am | #2

      hey Jay, thanks for visiting and commenting. I’m going to put your blog on my blogroll.

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