Posted by: keepfishing | November 30, 2007

How the masses flock

I post 2 things in one day, and I get my most number of a hits in a day. I don’t post anything, and nobody reads. I guess you’ve all got them fancy RSS reader thingies.

Anyway, yesterday was a record. 49 people viewed the page. I didn’t even know I had 49 friends! Facebook would say otherwise, but facebook lies quite often. Today (as of 9:53pm), I had 14 hits. Fickle.

But thanks to you guys who made my day yesterday.

It’ll be interesting to see how many people visit this page when I’ve said absolutely nothing.

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Responses

  1. Thanks for your interesting observations there.

  2. knowing that you track your visitors makes me less likely to visit…

  3. Its not that bad. It’s not like I know your IP location. All I know is how many people visited and what they clicked on to get here. Facebook is much much much worse.

    And, could you really stay away? 😉

  4. ha ha… im with beth.
    🙂 its a good thing we love you.

  5. wait – you can track people on facebook!? i’m disliking that idea.
    (yes, i can stay away. unless i’ve commented and want to know your responses 🙂

  6. I (or you) can’t track people on facebook, but they apparently do it quite a lot. I’m not especially au fait with the subject, but there’s a fair bit of unrest going on around the net about the apparent unrest.
    Here’s one example http://www.australianit.news.com.au/story/0,24897,22859954-5013040,00.html

    My mate Lincoln also talks about their cunningness here…
    http://rozelles.wordpress.com/2007/11/04/the-dirty-little-secret/

  7. you can track on facebook?!


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