Nicole Eggert - About

Friday, August 14, 2020

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This web site was created on February 16, 1996, and it's the result of the collaboration of a lot of people from all over the world. 

It used to be one of the most popular sites within GeoCities (It was once visited by almost 10000 people -uniques- in a single day) and received a lot of awards/rewards. I would honestly like to thank GeoCities for everything.


From GeoCities A!List, Wednesday, October 29, 1997

A true star among fan sites, the Nicole Eggert Home Page at Hollywood/2613 is an online phenom. More than 1.1 million visits have been recorded by fans of the blonde Baywatch star in less than twenty months.


Just a few of the emails GeoCities sent me:

"While reviewing our request logs I noticed that you frequently are one of our top 10 most trafficked homesteads. First, I would like to say congratulations, this is an indication of the hard work and dedication that you have invested in your homestead and is something to be proud of..." October 9, 1997

"Congratulations! You've built one of the most popular pages within the GeoCities community. We feel that you've developed a good sense of page-building techniques, interactivity, and functionality with various features on GeoCities. We value you as a Homesteader..." February 26, 1999 

"If you're reading this, it's because we've handpicked your Homestead as one of the most popular sites at GeoCities. Congratulations!..."  April 5, 1999

Unfortunately, these are the emails that I now get almost everyday:

"Congratulations, seems to be very popular and has been receiving a large amount of traffic..."


I have been contacted by hundreds of people during these years, I was particularly shocked when a couple of months after launching the site, I got an email from Dino Vindeni, the writer of "The Demolitionist". I had no idea this site was going to be so popular.

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