…than Trulia and Zillow combined.”
Can’t wait to check back in 2 years!
It will be a lot of hard work but I think we’ll get there. Check out this graph: http://siteanalytics.compete.com/zillow.com+trulia.com+city-data.com/?metric=uv&months=12
City-data.com is a site similar to Localism in the way that it generates traffic from long tail search queries. Localism will have an advantage over city-data in the way it uses UGC.
I’ve been liking quantcast data even more lately and their chart is even more striking.
Nonetheless, you’re still running a site that gets substantially less traffic than any of the sites mentioned…
If my brief sampling is any guide – I hope it isn’t – a fair portion of the Localism’s traffic will be from copyright lawyers making notes on pirated articles and photos.
One of the popular neighborhoods I looked at in Chicago had “Top neighbors” in Florida nad a suburb 50 miles otuside the city, and no relevant content whatsoever.