However, the Stats page of my WordPress site is AWESOME. For example, it tells me that the blog has been viewed 3,209 times since I started it in August, 21 so far today and the busiest day had 596 views. I don’t know if that’s good, bad, or average, but it seems purply impressive. I DO know that the Goodbye Mr. Stinky Droolface post contains a slideshow thingy WP calls a Gallery. Every time a picture is viewed, it counts as a view to the blog. 😦 Purple. So there weren’t really 596 people here that day.
Another great feature is that I can see how people found us. Most of the clicks come from Facebook. If you haven’t liked the Barn, Funny Farm, and Pajari Girls on Facebook, you are missing out, because my sister doesn’t know how to comment on the blog. She is funnier than I am. And older. And is the Queen of Poo. (Google and my stats page tell me so.)
Tifany B of Rice River Ramblings, thank you for following! Several unsuspecting victims have found their way here from there. 🙂 I would ask you to post more, but I imagine your hands are beyond full. So maybe you could sleep less. Or manage your time better. Ask Lois how. Chop Chop!! 😀
Mary Conger of Quite Contrary, I still don’t get Twitter. But you were right about blogging. And thanks for making Thailand the number-two country visiting Pajari Girls 🙂
Which brings me to my favorite statistic: The Map. [Does anyone else hear Dora’s Map singing?? “If there’s a place you gotta go, I’m the one you need to know, I’m the map. I’m the map, I’m the map. If there’s a place you gotta get, I can getcha there I bet, I’m the map…flashback to being lost in Philly and Camden with my sister. Welcome to my brain.]
It’s impossible to see all the individual countries when orange=1 view, and it should be 50 shades of purple, but I find it fascinating and cool as hell, nonetheless. Took two screens to see all the countries from which Pajari Girls [PIE-ree Gurlz] has been viewed.
And page two.
Yesterday, I was happy to see FINLAND on our map!! (Tuire, was that you? I thought you were in Greece… )
Thank you WordPress for making it fast, cheap, and easy to join the blogosphere.
And thank you to all the other bloggers on earth. We’re hurrying. Any words of wisdom for me, now that I’ve been at it almost four months and might understand what the hell you are talking about? I need a Translate button, don’t I?