July 03, 2009
Interpreting statistics in your favour - Second Stindberg boosted Snowglobe success
Today, Philip Linden posted a nifty little graph showing how many users use the Snowglobe viewer - a project initiated by him.
On June 23 I blogged about the Snowglobe viewer and announced it on Plurk - now look closely at that graph. Doesn't it make a significant jump from the 23rd on?
Truth to be told, on June 24 there was the official announcement of version 1.0 on the Second Life blog. And as much as I like the idea that my blogpost and Plurk had a little to with that sudden pike, the effect I had would be most likely dwarfed by the effect the official post had.
But this is a nice example how you can interpret statistics in your favor...