I just love to see what that does to peoples blood pressure on here. lmao
Anyways, I was going to name this post, “I’m worried about the Thorman Brothers”
With what we have been told lately, AP is still maintaining record breaking numbers on SBN and the internet concerning NFL blogs. The Thorman boys are mostly responsible for this since they extended their invitation to all of us to come by and talk about our favorite subject.
In doing a little checking, I found out something that could be of interest to us and maybe a little concern. Many of us have openly admitted to being AP addicts and check in everyday a few times or once an hour, whatever we can take time to do. Well as I have told you before, I have some down time during the day when I can sit around and think of stupid things and one happened to stop by and introduce itself to me today.
Does the Chiefs losing record have any direct correlation to the popularity of Arrowhead Pride? Frankly I don’t know, and I hope not. See that’s what worries me. I enjoy the site so much that I actually just leave it on the computer every hour of the day and check in when I can. I looked over at a few sites, like the Saints and Colts and not much going on as often as AP. Seems like our only competition is Bolts from the Blue and with that team, I can see why! I would say, but don’t have the statistics, that we have something new posted a minimum of twice per hour, everyday.
That would be over 17,000 news items found and posted on AP each year. All because two brothers had the idea to start a news blog concerning their favorite team and choosing to share it with us.
So to get to my question finally, if the Chiefs become consistent winners and playoff participants, (hopefully we can win some) will the traffic on AP take a downward hit? I think the reason AP is so popular, is that we are always thinking of ways to help this team and would like to share them and garner each others opinions. But, if their isn’t much to fix, will there be much reason to check in as often?
I for one pledge that no matter what the record, I will always be an AP faithful. Besides there’s beer glove money to be had…..I just aint never seen any.