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Monday, September 1, 2003

Monthly report.

Philocrites welcomed more readers than ever in August: 1,540 visits to the front page (up from 959 last month) and 2,950 page views through Google and other "back door" points-of-entry. (Most popular Google topics this month: Paula Frederiksen's critique of Mel Gibson's anti-Semitic film "Passion," Jack Hitt's Harper's essay "A Gospel According to the Earth," and husband-seeker Kimberly Devlin.)

AddFreeStats says visits are up 79% from July; page views are up 63%; and daily unique visitors are up 74%. (Philocrites is now a flippery fish in the Blogging Ecosystem. Slithery!)

I also went to the trouble this month of tracking visits to my essays, hymns, and sermons pages, modest little backwaters on the site that are counted separately. The essays are the most popular, with 175 visits this month — and the real plagiarism season hasn't even started yet! Sermons came in second at 78 visits. Hymns, you'll be shocked to learn, just aren't a popular Web commodity — only 51 visits. But if you'd like a copy of the set to sing in your congregation, let me know. Thanks, everybody!

Copyright © 2003 by Philocrites | Posted 1 September 2003 at 1:34 PM

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