Things seem to be picking up around here…

When I tell you that I have never been a slave to my stat counter, I am being totally honest. But right now, I am being totally slavish. Not for my ego, per se, but to ascertain whether all systems are go here: are my links working? are my meta tags (or whatever they’re calling them these days, those search terms embedded in the guts of a blog, where they can’t be seen) working propertly? So, imagine my pleasure at finding that YogaChickie v.2 has been “hit on” more than 300 times on its second day of life! Hoorah. Seems like all systems ARE go. And most people are accessing my blog either directly (meaning they know or have already bookmarked the address) or from a link from facebook or from my now-defunct blogger blog’s redirect. A FEW people, a very few people are finding me through Google (since apparently, Google has not yet done a full “crawl” of my content…they really should since they owe me $85 dollars for the ads I let them put on YC v.1….least they could do if they plan never on paying me back). And of those that do, here are the search terms used:

yoga chickie: chicken soup for the navel 3 (forget about gazing and soul)
marichyasana letter d 1 (a long-ago obsession of mine)
ashtanga bad for you 1 (poster girl that I am)
yoga chickie 1 (what is there to say about this?)

I wonder why no one has found me in a search for Supta Kurmasana, my longest-standing obsession of all? Or Kapotasana, my own personal Waterloo?

This is mildly fun.

Back to our previously scheduled programming soon.

YC

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4 Responses to Things seem to be picking up around here…

  1. Terra says:

    Hi there,

    I’ve recently started reading your blog and enjoy it very much. I wanted to let you know I’ve listed it on my blog roll and hope it’s alright. Please let me know if you’d like me to remove it for any reason.

    All the best!

  2. yogachickie says:

    Of course, I would be delighted to be on your blogroll! Thanks!

  3. H says:

    I actually DID find your blog in a search for Supta Kurmasana. What a painfully uncomfortable pose! Well, at least that’s what I thought when I first did it. The crazy demanding mysore teacher I happened to try out put me into it after just a couple classes and wanted to get my feet over my head right away, which was sooo not happening. I’ve injured my hamstring since then, so haven’t been able to attempt it much lately. Can’t imagine doing it on my own either!

  4. Tony Brown says:

    I don’t know If I said it already but …Hey good stuff…keep up the good work! 🙂 I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say I’m glad I found your blog. Thanks,)

    A definite great read..Tony Brown

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