Advertising/Design Goodness is a ever growing archive/community. This site currenty gets an average of 3,100 Visits, and 11,000 Pageviews a Day. With roughly 90,000 Visits and 200,000 Page Views a Month and growing.
The best way to stand out is by purchasing a button. They are located on the top right of the page, below the PAGES menu. The button size is 156px x 33px and does not require any of your work. All you need to do is send your logo, and some copy, I will create the button for you. The current price for a button a month is $200.
TEXT LINK ADS / FEEDVERTISING
Text Link Ads are unique because they are static html links that can drive targeted traffic and help your link popularity which is a top factor in organic search engine rankings. The good thing is that your text ad will be on all the pages and will not change until your set period is over.
Feedvertising will insert text link ads into the my feed, which is growing very quickly. You can see how many people subscribe to the feed below.
Google AdWords is an advertising program that connects your ads with customers on this site and across the web. Use AdWords to target your ads to this specific site or based on keywords of your choice. Write your own message and set your own price for each ad click or impression – you have complete control.
Theese terms are taken from the Awstats glossary
Think “session” here, say a unique IP accesses a page, and then requests three others without an hour between any of the requests, all of the “pages” are included in the visit, therefore you should expect multiple pages per visit and multiple visits per unique visitor (assuming that some of the unique IPs are logged with more than an hour between requests)
The number of “pages” logged. Only files that don’t match an entry in the NotPageList config parameter (and match an entry of OnlyFiles config parameter if used) are counted as “Pages”. Usually pages are reserved for HTML files or CGI files, not images nor other files requested as a result of loading a “Page” (like js,css… files).
Any files requested from the server (including files that are “Pages”) except those that match the SkipFiles config parameter.