September 25, 2006

My Civil War website

I took a look at the site statistics for my Civil War Field Trips site and was surprised that it averages over 170 visitors daily. (That's unique visits... hits are much higher because a page can count as multiple hits.)

The most popular tours are Mosby and his Rangers, Gettysburg, Antietam, Richmond, and New Market. A minor page showing this dog statue seemed strangely popular. I examined the stats closely and discovered that an article in Wikipedia on Hollywood Cemetery links to my page! (For those who don't know, Wikipedia is a popular encyclopedic website.)

I just started a blog on my Civil War website thinking that it might encourage visitors to comment, but I don't see a Comment function on the hosting company's blogging template. Maybe I should just add another Blogger blog.

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