Recently, in a period of comparing coverages of the Snowden saga in various blogs, I came across this frustrated admission from 1 of HH?s previous comment participants:
?I?d happily participate in bridging the gap if this was still a sphere of blogs in the first place. But nothing on Twitter or?Sina Weibo?seems to last, most of it looks both chaotic and boring, and I doubt that I?ll ever become a microblogger in this life. Next life, something still hipper (and still more boring) will have replaced the microblogs.But I?m wondering: are there still active?English-language Chinese blogs??
You can read the comment section to find out that ?PekingDuck? sort of imploded recently.
But obviously, some folks have forgotten HH, or rather pretended that HH does exist.
Well. ?Here are some facts/stats from the net to dispute their narrow vision. ?(Some of you have seen these stats, which are not that great, but HH is ahead of some ?English-language Chinese blogs?, and more diverse in readership. ?And HH doesn?t sell any thing, like marketing tips, hobby movies that never get done, etc.) ?So thanks to all of our audience, HH is still alive and kicking.
We give this domain a SEO score of 56/100. Last update:?Saturday 18th of May 2013
HH?is worth about $2628? ?Interesting
At least we are way ahead of PekingDuck pond.
US visitors to?HH?accounts for only 26%.
whereas almost 50% (45%) of visitors to PekingDuck pond are from US.
That should say the kind of audience respectively.