As you may know, Site Meter also tells bloggers where the people who are logging onto the site are from, what internet servers and what countries. (I do not receive specific information. I don't know who logs onto the site.) But I've made several observations since Site Meter was installed here in June.
First of all: It may be a byproduct of boredom on American campuses, but an astounding number of the people who log onto Better Living are accessing it from colleges and universities. Almost one-third of my hits are from that source. Colleges represented so far include The Ohio State University, Arizona State University, University of Southern California, Mary Baldwin College, Baldwin Wallace, University of Virginia, and others. I've always been a college-junkie and have long harbored a not-so-secret fantasy of being a college History professor. So, having this cyber-connection to higher education appeals to me!
Secondly: Persons from Finland, Bhutan, France, Germany, Canada, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Japan, South Africa, and elsewhere have logged onto Better Living. The internet is a truly amazing technology, allowing for more international connectedness than has ever been experienced before. I love that!
But I would like this site to be more of a two-way communication experience. That's the purpose of the "Comment" button you'll find below this and every other post on the site. So, please use it. Use the button to...
Tell me what you like or don't like about the site.
Tell me what you agree or disagree with in a particular post.
Tell me if you've got a question you want me to cover in my continuing "Q-and-A" columns. Is there an aspect of Christian faith that you'd really like me to address?
Tell me about your faith experiences.
I look forward to hearing from you soon. God bless you!