IPWatchdog.com Over 5,000,000 Page Views in June 2009

By Gene Quinn
July 2, 2009

It was not very easy this month to come up with good statistics relating to traffic to IPWatchdog.com.  In an effort to focus on business, I decided to try and move the site to a fully managed server.  The thought was if something went wrong it could be addressed immediately by those who do this sort of thing for a living.  As many probably noticed, for about 10 days roughly in the middle of June IPWatchdog.com experienced more problems than it did in the previous 12 months combined, so the experiment was not successful and I am back on a server I control and manage.  The more I am involved with “computer specialists” of various kinds I come to realize that my own skills are far beyond the skills of most computer folks, which is one reason I take such offense to those who claim I don’t understand computers or software if I think software should be patentable, but I digress.  In any event, after losing 7 full days of statistics, and having significantly reduced traffic for at least another 3 or 4 days due to “server problems,” I still have demonstrable unique visitors in excess of 40,000 and over 5,000,000 page views.  What would the stats have been without this interuption?  It would have been a blow-your-socks-off month for IPWatchdog.com!


Top Blog Articles During June 2009

  1. Michael Jackson: Inventor of Anti-Gravity Illusion
  2. Vote for the Top Patent Blogs
  3. US Supreme Court Grants Cert in Bilski
  4. Senate Acts to Prevent USPTO Furlough or RIF
  5. The Case Against Gene Patents
  6. Senator Hatch Speaks at World Copyright Summit
  7. Obama Administration Wants Short Biologic Exclusivity
  8. Innovation Held Hostage by the Patent Office
  9. 500 Million Patent Applications a Year?
  10. Is Software Patentable?
  11. Nominating Alfred E. Neuman for PTO Director
  12. Confessions of an Otherwise Respectable Blogger
  13. Patent Examiners Told to Issue Patents
  14. Obscure Patents: KSR Does Not Mean Much
  15. Supreme Court Ignores US Constitution
  16. Saving US Innovation: More Patent Funding Needed
  17. US Patent Office Speedy in Some Cases
  18. President Obama Intends to Appoint Kappos as PTO Head
  19. How to Patent Software in a Post Bilski Era
  20. Patent Ignorance Shows Regarding Inequitable Conduct
  21. Tafas Requests Rehearing of Patent Ruling
  22. PTO Declines Comment on Dissent Muzzling
  23. American Ingenuity Will Lead US to Prosperity
  24. Second Pair of Eyes Fails Innovation in the US
  25. Setting the Record Straight on Gene Patents

Top 50 Referring Sites During June 2009

  1. stumbleupon.com
  2. pli.edu
  3. linkedin.com
  4. google.com
  5. patentlyo.com
  6. bing.com
  7. reddit.com
  8. en.wikipedia.org
  9. ipkitten.blogspot.com
  10. ipnewsflash.com
  11. groklaw.net
  12. genomeweb.com
  13. patenthawk.com
  14. euorpeanpatentcaselaw.blogspot.com
  15. just-n-examiner.livejournal.com
  16. patentbaristas.com
  17. 271patent.blogspot.com
  18. patentcircle.blogspot.com
  19. slashdot.org
  20. twitter.com
  21. indiapatents.blogspot.com
  22. spicyindia.blogspot.com
  23. patentdocs.org
  24. patentablydefined.com
  25. facebook.com
  26. iam-magazine.com
  27. patentlaw.typepad.com
  28. answers.yahoo.com
  29. ipjur.com
  30. politics.slashdot.org
  31. whoownsyou-drkoepsell.blogspot.com
  32. intelproplaw.com
  33. inventblog.com
  34. inventorspotforum.com
  35. chuvaness.livejournal.com
  36. patentlit.blogspot.com
  37. anticipatethis.wordpress.com
  38. netvibes.com
  39. chicagoiplitigation.com
  40. dogpile.com
  41. blawgit.com
  42. thepriorart.typepad.com
  43. bloglines.com
  44. inventivestep.net
  45. thempa.com
  46. duncanbucknell.com
  47. iptoday.com
  48. avvoblog.com
  49. edisonnation.com
  50. askville.amazon.com

Top 5 referring Search Engines

  1. Google (31,339 visits)
  2. Yahoo (3,064 visits)
  3. Bing (1,322 visits)
  4. AOL (362 visits)
  5. Ask (151 visits)

The Author

Gene Quinn

Gene Quinn is a Patent Attorney and Editor and founder of IPWatchdog.com. Gene is also a principal lecturer in the PLI Patent Bar Review Course and an attorney with Widerman Malek. Gene’s specialty is in the area of strategic patent consulting, patent application drafting and patent prosecution. He consults with attorneys facing peculiar procedural issues at the Patent Office, advises investors and executives on patent law changes and pending litigation matters, and works with start-up businesses throughout the United States and around the world, primarily dealing with software and computer related innovations. is admitted to practice law in New Hampshire, is a Registered Patent Attorney and is also admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. CLICK HERE to send Gene a message.

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