(BERKELEY,CA) The ratings are in, and it's official. With an overwhelmingly strong launch day yesterday, the Greenspeak blog is "the talk of the Internet" this morning, and "destined for greatness," according to at least one pundit, Greenspeak blog spokesperson Jeff Green, interviewed this morning in his half-empty office at soon-to-be former employer Ziff Davis Media, where he is still packing his belongings in between rounds of Peggle Nights.
"We've far exceeded early page view projections," Green said, "with well over 100 uniques in our first day alone." Clearly ebullient with his success, Green promises, nevertheless, that this is "only the beginning," and that, "as Bachman-Turner Overdrive once succinctly put it, you aint seen nothin' yet." Green promises to greatly expand the site's coverage in the coming weeks, with all kinds of exclusive coverage and information not currently available on other personal blogs. Currently, for example, one unique item on the page highlights what Green had had for dinner the previous evening. In the coming weeks, barring any unforeseen technical difficulties, Green plans to expand that coverage to include such things as what he had for lunch. Green did acknowledge, however, that for the website to really flourish, he was going to need to hire someone more aggressive to chase exclusives, but that this was still pending approval
Nevertheless, the launch was a clear success, and all signs point towards a healthy future.
"I'm really excited about what's in store," said Green. "I think with this blog, we can all agree that Web 3.0 has now officially begun."
We couldn't agree more.