1 February 2010

Declining numbers

Since last November, visitor numbers have been declining by about a thousand a month. Perhaps readers who enjoy this blog could promote it by providing links to it from other blogs? At this rate, numbers will be down to nil in a couple of years.

A friend says that many people hit a blog by accident when they are seeking some particular word or idea through a search engine; and that on (or just before?) the feast that comes on February 14 I should include words that resonate with those hungry for lerve. Ideas?

Keep it clean.

12 comments:

Fr LR said...

What, new collect for Quinquagesima?

O LORD, who hast taught us that all our doings without lerve are nothing worth; Send thy Holy Ghost, and pour into our hearts that most excellent gift of lerve, the very bond of peace and of all virtues, without which whosoever liveth is counted dead before thee. Through.

Fr William said...

How splendid to learn that the example of the great Apostles to the Slavs still has such a resonance in this godless age – their philadelphia perfectly at the service of their theophilia! Hunger for such lerve is greatly to be encouraged.

The Anglo-Catholic said...

Fr. Hunwicke,

We link to you at The Anglo-Catholic but perhaps we can do more to promote your wonderful site...

Michael McDonough said...

What is this lerve, Domne, that I might hunger for it?

LSP said...

Will strive mightily to promote your excellent site in Ikerland.

Patricius said...

I link to you from my blog; I personally think that you're miles better than many clerical blogs...

Kiran said...

I have linked to you on Facebook repeatedly...

ex_fide said...

If you label your posts, it might help.

You're linked you my blog and I check yours daily.

Little Black Sambo said...

Take a lesson from the Church of England, and manage the decline.

Mark said...

My numbers (http://wannabeanglican.blogspot.com/) are in decline as well. Perhaps interest in things Anglican is waning?

Fr. Hunwicke, I have linked you for some time. Feel free to link me . . . even if I'm not a papalist. ;)

The Raven said...

Never mind the numbers, Father, keep up the good work! This is definitely one of the best reads on the net.

Christian Rideout said...

It is not the quantity of readers but (myself excluded) the quality that counts. Most of your readers can comment with appropriate English wit. I am left with Californian befuddlement.