Just about a year ago, I started blogging on this site, mostly about Inventor and iLogic, but also about Fusion360, AutoCAD and Vault.
As you may have gathered by now, I am a bit of a CAD geek and enjoy putting together iLogic routines, and general workflows, some of which start out as my ideas, others are customer requests. I prefer to post them here rather than emailing them over, as I always believe that if one person is looking to solve a problem, that the solution will be useful for someone else too.
THANK YOU to you, and everyone who has visited the site and shared the posts with your colleagues and on social media, I can’t believe how popular this little hobby of mine has become in such a short time frame.
Here are the 5 most popular articles for the last 12 months:
- Automatic Drawings with iLogic
- Autodesk Inventor – 3 Reasons Why DWG Is Better Than IDW
- Automate DXF Flat Patterns with iLogic
- AU London 2018 Recording is live
- Automate Drawing Notes with iLogic
In the 6 month update, I shared some stats around search engine traffic to the site. Here is the search breakdown for the last 12 months, Google dominates (98%), with Bing in 2nd place (1%), the remaining 1% is made up for by Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, Yandex and Ask (in that order).
My traffic growth has been exponential too, the monthly traffic graph looks like this:
This is a hobbyist project, that I put together in my spare time, usually early on Saturday mornings with a cup of tea and the rugby on in the background.