A Greener Tea

A Green­er Tea, a site I’ve been doing some free­lance design & code work on, was fea­tured in Paula Begoun’s Beau­ty Bul­letin today, which has brought it sev­er­al thou­sand vis­its over the course of the day, which at one point was caus­ing issues with the host until we set up a caching plugin.

Sev­er­al thou­sand vis­its in a day. I’m just post­ing this to say that is freakin’ awe­some. I’m accus­tomed to King­dom Geek’s traf­fic; A Green­er Tea has got­ten as much traf­fic in one day as I get over the course of 2–3 months here!

If you’re inter­est­ed in “reflec­tions and writ­ing for women over 35,” check out A Green­er Tea. Go ahead, make me even more envi­ous of her traf­fic. :-P






2 responses to “A Greener Tea”

  1. Will Avatar

    Traf­fic is overrated.

  2. Shantanu Bala Avatar

    Great design! The only prob­lem I have is the heav­i­ly con­trast­ed col­ors that are used in the navigation.

    Lat­est from Shan­tanu Bala: Fire­fox 3 and Safari 4: Javascript Interpretation

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