Happy 10 Years!

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Today marks the 10th year of existence of Deuts.NET. I registered this domain name on May 17, 2006 — check the whois.

I’m sure we’ve seen better days in blogging, when I used to post a lot more often, and daily traffic was much better. Perhaps, those were the glory days of blogging — before Facebook even came around.

Before iOS vs. Android became a heated discussion, there was WordPress vs. Movable Type — dynamic vs. static content.

There was a time when being Dugg was a valid concern. Bloggers were preoccupied by their Alexa and Technorati rankings. Google Adsense paid much better then. Geocities and MyBlogLog used to be around. Delicious and Flickr — well, they used to play an important role in the world wide web . Remember Web 2.0?

Yeah, those were the glory days, indeed. I somehow missed it. But we have to move on. We need to adapt — even in the next 10 years. Thus, Deuts.NET is here to stay!

Salud!

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2 thoughts on “Happy 10 Years!

  1. Ah yes, those were the good old days of blogging. I miss those times and for me it was more fun when we didn’t really worry about earning from our blogs. We were more preoccupied thinking about what to blog about next or visiting other blogs and leaving comments.

    Happy 10th year anniversary to Deuts.net! I’m celebrating mine next month. 🙂

    • Yes, indeed. But I was hoping that any earnings I get would be enough to sustain the cost of maintaining the blog. That wasn’t the case eventually, and yet, my blog is still alive and kicking. 😀

      And yes, of course, the bloghopping and commenting in other blogs in the hopes that they’ll come visit and comment back to our blogs. hehe

      Happy anniversary to you too in advance! hehe

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