Thursday, March 01, 2007

Things People Search on

I was just checking to see how people find our blog. It's fascinating what people search on to find us. Someone searched on "TMWWT" sorry if that confuses people, it's simply short for The Man Who Was Thursday, which takes way too long to keep re-typing. Someone found us by asking Google for a G.K. Chesterton poem for lent; by searching for E.C. Bentley, by searching for Boethius, Chaucer, and "Obedience, the most thrilling word in the world." They searched on "The Surprise" Dale Ahlquist, King Arthur and "fallen angel". They are from the US, Finland, Canada, UK, Germany, and many other countries each day. Since I started keeping track, we've had 9,000 unique visitors, visiting over 19,000 times. This includes you. Thank you.


  1. What can I say? We rock. And so does this blog. :-)

  2. Nancy, how do you get these reports telling you how people searched for you?

  3. Hi Kevin,
    I'm using a free service called MindViz. If you scroll all the way down to the bottom of our blog page, at the very bottom is a small symbol that looks like a three-stair stair case. Click on it, and you should be able to see what I see there.


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