Fascinating! In just over 17 years, from the first site to now more than 160 million. The dot-com crash in 2001/2002 is also clearly visible. But traumatic as that event was for many of us, we can see that in the larger scheme of things it was merely a blib on the radar.
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Comment by freitasm, on 5-Apr-2008 10:09
I wonder how many of these are on cybersquatters hands redirecting to those ad serving farms...
Comment by barf, on 5-Apr-2008 11:36
so does this graph therefore show a trending increase in spam and cyber squatting? ;-)
Comment by S.Chandrasheka Reddy, on 2-Sep-2008 06:02
This is about everything. It is for all.
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