Saturday, September 13, 2008

Visitors Searching for "The Shack"

I just checked my web tracker, and it appears that well over half of all my visitors recently have been referred to my blog after they searched for a subject related to "The Shack" by William P. Young.

What to do about this, I don't know.

So, I am asking you. Should I blog more about it, what should I address?

Comments have been mostly positive, though as you can read, some are not. So leave me a comment, I'd like to hear from you, what should I do?

WiredForStereo

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

DO IT DO IT DO IT!! I loved your other posting on the Shack, write more! it was one of the first times you wrote in a way that was both articulate and EMOTIONAL in a great way instead of being all facts. do it!
hc

Anonymous said...

I recently picked up "The Shack", and found it to be the most insightful piece of "christian" (should I use the word??) fiction I had read, ever. It was the prose that expressed what I have always truly felt, and the picture of my relationship with my God.
I've never been interested reading any other blog but the google search of the book directed me toward your own.I now HAVE to read everything you have to say, on the multitude of subjects (the 2008election, most recently). I would truly look forward to your particular perspective ....will you write more on this book, please???

WiredForStereo said...

I am planning on reading The Shack again this spring some time. I am gonna have to buy my own copy, the last one was borrowed. I'm having trouble thinking of anything else to write about right now so I purposely haven't because I don't want any posts about such an important subject to be fluff.

I'm glad you like my blog. Could you do me a favor? When you write a post, could you use the "Name/URL" radio button below, you can type any name you want, I'd just like to be able to identify individual visitors so I can get to know you better, and to be able to write things you want to read. Like I said, it can be any name, I'd just like there to be a unique (to you) name so I can differentiate you from the other Anonymouses. For instance, I know who "hc" is, she's a friend of mine. HC, use the "Name/URL" radio button too please.

Rachel said...

Oh, sure thing...thanks for the tip.