Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Still Ticking

Hi, folks... er, "folk" might be more appropriate. Radio broadcasters are encouraged to speak as though they're talking to just one person out there across the waves. I should write as though to one person -- not only because you are reading this by yourself, but because there aren't too many of you anyway.

I enjoy checking my stats on Site Meter. It's nice to know that someone has stopped in to check out the dog's blog, and it's interesting to see where they're from and what search brought them here. I've had many hits on a post about Air Force One, but the hits were for a photo illustration that I've since replaced. Another page that gets looked at is titled Difficult Instructions, and I wonder what people were seeking when they clicked on that one.

I'm headed for work in a few minutes, but wanted to let you know that I'm still here, still thinking about writing, and still working on random thoughts of great and silly nature. Football starts this week, and I hope to have a story about our first game. Thanks for reading. Rufus appreciates the support, although he'd prefer a walk.

6 comments:

The Williams Five said...

I always enjoy stopping by and seeing what's on your mind, er Rufus' mind.

addhumorandfaith said...

Nice to hear from you -- here and "there"! Go on to work. I'll have that frig all nice and clean when you return. :) (and my bill will be on the table!)

Katharine said...

Thanks, Erin. Ruf is pleased to have you stop by any time. Woof!

Sandra, thanks for taking me up on my offer to let you clean my fridge... but I think you may have gone to the wrong house. My fridge still looks the same.

K.M. Weiland said...

What program do you use to track your stats? Some programs will show you what keywords people were searching when they clicked your link. I haven't found one that'll do that for Blogger yet though...

Katharine said...

Katie, I'm using Site Meter, and it shows referrals and key word search terms that led to my blog.

K.M. Weiland said...

Thanks! I'll check it out!