January 1, 2005 @ 6:45 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (macosXrumors)
Happy New Year and thank you!

MacosXrumors wishes you a Happy New Year for 2005. During 2004 Apple has announced some amazing things but we believe that 2005 will be even more amazing and with lots of surprises for Apple fans.

2004 was also an amazing year for macosXrumors not only in terms of rumours but also in terms of popularity, as the site was visited tens of thousands of times daily and this number is still growing. We even broke our traffic record with nearly 58 000 visitors/day during the month of November, that is something we could not even think about, when we launched the site in May 2002!

We are really happy because we worked hard, especially since September, to bring more traffic to this site and our objectives have been met and exceeded. It looks like you really enjoyed the fact we’re updating on a more regular basis. More frequent updates were a major request of our readers. We know there is still much work remaining though, especially in terms of site features, development and the reliability of our rumours. Be assured that macosXrumors.com will continue to be improved through 2005. Your suggestions and comments are, of course, always welcome.

We’d also like to thank all of you for supporting our site since the beginning. Our readership is growing daily and we thank all of our new readers. Lastly, we’d like to thank all of the great sites that are referencing our stories and, therefore, bringing us new readers.


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