In late August we ran a post asking What Type of Porsche do you Own? We ran this post to get a better handle on where to focus our content. We obviously want to write about subjects and cars that we enjoy, but we would like to keep it as relevant as possible.
As we mentioned in the original post, we are in the process of making some big changes to the site. Two of the biggest changes coming are a redesign (we want to make the site more user friendly, less busy and easier to find the resources you’re looking for) and a URL change from 993C4S.com to FlatSixes.com.
Because our Porsche(s) are air-cooled, when we first started this site, our idea was to focus specifically on those type of Porsches. Combine this with the fact that our favorite Porsche is a 993, and you can probably see why we decided to name the site 993C4S.com. Lately, as we’ve expanded the site, the name has become a bit confusing; it infers that this site is model specific, when in fact, it is about all Porsche Cars, Products and LifeStyle.
This site receives about 10,000 unique visitors per month. So, with more than 200 of you participating in the poll you provided us with a great representation of what type of Porsches the current visitors to our site drive and own. The results speak for themselves:
Not surprisingly the largest number, with 57 votes, was the Porsche 993. What was surprising, given the confusion with the URL, was the diversity amongst the other Porsche models.
- Water-cooled cars had a great showing across a number of different models including the 996, 911SC and 930s, 924/944/951/968 and Boxsters.
- The least represented were the older air-cooled Porsches (356, pre-impact bumper 911s, 914 and 912) along with the newer Cayenne and Cayman.
- The biggest surprise of all was that seven (7) of you claim to be owners of the Porsche Carrera GT! Now, we’re not calling anyone a liar, but let’s see some pictures. 🙂
Thanks to everyone for participating, we will tailor our content to fit and we’re always open to suggestions and ideas on topics to cover. Last but not least, don’t forget that this site is interactive. We encourage you to comment frequently, email us whenever you want and even write posts for publication if you’re interested.