Monday, January 25, 2010

*knockknock*


checking the weather
Originally uploaded by dave~.
Lately I've been wanting to know more about who's reading Geographile, and why.
I don't get a lot of comments, nor do I troll for them. I'd like to make the blog a little more interactive, but I avoid all those "get more comments" web pages and similar, I'm mostly here for myself. But I know there are readers.

I don't use site metrics. I don't beg for comments. So how do I find out who's here?

I must not have had my creativity hat on, because when I saw this Coyote Crossing post, it was so obvious.

Chris said:
If you’ve been reading Coyote Crossing for a while and never said anything, or even i this is the first time you’ve been here, consider this your formal invitation to introduce yourself, say hello, offer advice or complaints, or just generally mark a little bit of territory.

Go ahead and substitute Geographile for Coyote Crossing, except, in the marking territory category, I must say: Please don't pee on my blog. Thank you.

And while you're at it, check out Coyote Crossing, too. It's insightful, full of good information, and just plain interesting.

9 comments:

jocelyn said...

I only read this because I heard rumors that you sometimes post pictures of groundhogs. ;)

Callan Bentley said...

I read! Thanks for writing!

Ron Schott said...

I'm a reader - usually via Google Reader.

Edward Antrobus said...

I stumbled on you via twitter, and came across to your blog. I read it on Google Reader, also.


I'm a recent grad trying to find an entry level position relating to hydrology, even if only tangentally, in Northern Colorado so I can have a little real world experience before going on to grad school.

anisopteras said...

*wave*

wcg said...

I imagine you know I read this, but just in case...

winegarner said...

I read often. :)

JourneyJottings said...

We're now all coming out from the woodwork :)
Hi there!!

Dana said...

I wander over here once a week or so. :) Keep up the good work!