Monday, February 11, 2008


how do you look up searches to see who comes across one's blog?


At 11:42 AM, Blogger Robert Jimenez said...


Wordpress has tools that provide that sort of information. I switched from blogger to Wordpress, because overall they have better tools, including more templates to choose from. Don't get me wrong I love Google tools, use most of them.

Off the subject, but have you blogged about your co-pastoring experience yet? I would like to hear more about it. I attend Praise Chapel, and we believe in pioneering new works. I am currently the Assistant Pastor at my church, it's been over a year. It sure has shown me there is a lot more than theology to being a pastor.

At 11:46 AM, Blogger Brian said...

Thanks for the comment Robert (or Rob)? Maybe someday I'll convert to wordpress.

I'll do a blog about my wife and I co-pastoring. Your avery right that there is much much more to the pastoral ministry than just theology.

At 12:03 PM, Blogger Nick Norelli said...

You should switch to Wordpress TODAY! Seriously, it can't be beat. Blogspot has the better widgests, but from what I can see, you don't really take advantage of that so I see no reason for you not to switch. The great thing is that when you do switch you can import all of your posts from blogspot over to Wordpress so you don't lose anything.

Having said that, if you stick with blogspot I'm pretty sure you can sign up with sitemeter and monitor that kind of activity.

At 2:50 PM, Blogger mike said...

what nick said.

At 3:49 PM, Blogger Brian said...

well, I barely have stuff up on my blog but only because I basically only know how to post a blog and add links to my blogroll - I don't know yet how to do much else - like have amazon links and stuff. I am pretty retarded when it comes to doing a lot of this webpage stuff.

At 4:34 PM, Blogger Joshua said...

On my blogs (I have some for my classes, too) I use Sitemeter. The free download will show you where the people are located and what they are using to get online (sbcglobal, evangel, etc.) and how they found your site, whether through a search or by clicking a link on someone else's page.

I'm not sure about Wordpress having never used it, but I have used blogspot for years without any serious difficulties.

Cheers! I love keeping up with you guys via your blog and emails. I'm sorry I don't post more often.

At 4:35 PM, Blogger Joshua said...

Here's the link.

At 5:36 PM, Blogger Ryan Jones said...

When I was at Blogger last year, I used google analytics ( I made the switch to Wordpress on January 1 and I have generally been pleased.


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