I'd like to ask anyone what is considered as 'good' for a web site in terms of unique visitors? Is 5,000 unique visitors a month considered good, or 10,000, or 20,000. I know more is better but tell me what number is a 'minimum' number to keep one's pulse beating.
I host a site for an academic book author who is tickled pink that several dozen people a day stop by his site. And then for my business, I'd be in bad shape if fewer than xx,000 users a day stopped by. It's all a matter of overhead, purpose, expectations, etc.
The owners of a local website were so impressed by hitting the first 1000 visitor mark that it warranted a mention in the town's paper. "Respectable" really is in the eye of the beholder. For me, it means getting at least a few percent more uniques than last week.