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New Milestone for Dotnetjalps.com-500000 visits for my blog

Today I got great news from sitemeter.com that my blog http://www.dotnetjalps.com completed 500,000 visitors for my blog. This is a new milestone achieved for this blog and I would like to thank all my blog readers for making this blog this much bigger.

On this occasion I would like to thanks all supporters, friends and my family members who have faith in me and believe that I could do something and this all because of them and my blog readers.
Followings are my statistics for my blog.

Site meter Statistics :


Here are some statistic reports from sitemter.com which I started tracking from June 2006.
Sitemeter statistics for www.dotnetjalps.com 
As per sitemeter.com I have got total 500,872 visits and 626,469 pageviews total.

Top(Most Visited) blog posts from sitemeter.com:


Followings are most visited blog posts from sitemeter.com.

Sending email through System.Net.Mail.Smtpmail in asp.net 3.5/2.0

Multiple file upload with asp.net 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012

Enumeration in C#.NET,VB.NET

IIS Error: The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.

Blogger.com Statistics:


Followings are blogger.com statistics which I have started tracking from May 2008.
BloggerStatistics
As per blogger.com I have got total 628,677 page views. I am getting average 800 page views per day.

Top(Most Visited) blog posts from blogger.com:

Followings are most visited blog posts from blogger.com.

Sending email through System.Net.Mail.Smtpmail in asp.net 3.5/2.0

How to take ScreenShot in C#

Multiple file upload with asp.net 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012


Enumeration in C#.NET,VB.NET


Playing with Update Panel in asp.net


My Alexa Rank:


As per alexa.com my blog alexa rank is 273,475 and  24,041 is for the India.
I got 400,000 visitors on 27th march 2012 and got 500,000 visits yesterday 16th Jan 2012. So it has taken 8 month for 100,000 visits.

2012 Review:


In 2012, I have again for my Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award for third time and my post Multiple file upload with asp.net 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012 was selected as asp.net site community spotlight. I have written more then 65 blog post there so I have been writing 1 post at least in a week. I have also started public speaking and given my first presentation for windows phone 7 in IUnlockJoy event and give a presentation about performance analysis in Windows Phone 7.

What’s next for 2013?


There are lots of plan for 2013 for this blog. I am going heavily write blog post about asp.net mvc,html5,css3, windows workflow foundation etc. Also planning start a new forum for this site.


Thank you readers and supporters:



Once again I would like to thanks all the readers and supporters of blog without them it would not have been possible to achieve all this. I will keep sharing things as much I can and give my small contributions to community whom I learn so much things. Stay tuned more there will be lots coming in future.

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