Well, I've been hooked up to SiteMeter since June 5, which should make it about one month now.
So far, I've racked up 19,500 plus change in visitors during that time.
I'm not sure if that's good or not, but I'm fairly impressed.
Majority of other-blog-referrals are by way of Lady Tam over at A View From the Porch, thanks, Tam. Lot of other visitors bounce in from the other linked blogs, appreciate it, guys.
I seem to have regular visitors from all over, including (but not limited to) Baja California, Japan (Hi, Sgt Aytch!), Korea, Sweden and a whole bunch of folks with .gov addresses. Thanks for reading, ladies and gentlemen, the gift of your time is sincerely appreciated.
Mostly seems like the amounts of visits drops during weekends and holidays -- as it should.
I don't quite have a handle on what most of my readers prefer to read, but the buffet-style of blogging (little of this, little of that) I've done so far is what I'm comfortable with, so I'm sticking with that.
Just out of curiosity, I've noticed that a lot of blogs out there -- and some of the most popular blogs -- are actually just a collection of links to other blog posts with short descriptions for each link. Is this really what most people want to read in a blog? How odd.
All-in-all, I'm quite pleased with my little blog.