I track visitor traffic on my website pretty religiously. Compulsory is more like it. A regular addiction it is. But that’s not the point. The point is, who are these people and what do they want. For example…
Who is this site? affalink.affa.gov.au/information_technology/outsourcing/contentkeeper_splash.cfm Someone came to my site via this site and a quick Google search reveals they drive a lot of traffic to various sites without actually existing
Who was looking for:
bill gates familie snoqualmie?
jam test result 2007?
elf X X X gallery?
For more random fun, try visiting a random post. Using the Random Redirect plugin, I can now create a link to http://archshrk.com/?random which will redirect you to a random post on my blog, in a StumbleUpon-like fashion. Speaking of StumbleUpon, have you noticed the link at the bottom of my recent posts? Feel free to pimp my site via StumbleUpon or even Digg. You can also subscribe to my blog or email it to anyone you’d like. Go on, try it – you’ll like it. If you want to go to a random post in the future, just click on the Surprise me! link over to your left (below 3 other random posts). Want to learn more about the plugins on this site? Just ask. You can also visit my about page where all my active plugins are listed.
So what Plugins are you using?
Oh, I almost forgot. Have you noticed those underlined links within my posts? When you hover over them, you see an amazon product preview. That’s a new feature I’m testing. Basically, amazon searches my site for key words and converts those into product links. If you follow them and make a purchase, i get a referral fee (hint hint). Let me know if you find them annoying.
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It’s a Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Forestry (Australia) intranet, and hence inaccessible from outside.
Thanks! That’s good to know.