Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Usually-quiet readers please shout out!

I love the Clustrmaps widget on my blog. It tells me I have some hits from readers in places like Ireland, Lithuania, France, Saint Lucia, Iran, and Brazil to name a few. That's cool!

Now I'm not saying that peeps in the US or England aren't fascinating to me. (You are.) What I am saying is, I'd love to hear something from those of you who don't usually comment. I would like to get to know you lurkers a little better.

So how about commenting with your name and a brief introduction? How did you find this blog, are you a first-time visitor or do you come back regularly... how old are you, what do you do, and do you train jiu jitsu?

It's YOUR post, folks :) make use of it!


Elyse said...

Sign up for Google Analytics and then you can REALLY get indepth info on your traffic and visitors :). I'm addicted to it! lol.

Name: Elyse
Bio: more info than you could stomach at www.gringabjj.com (shameless self promotion ;P). Been reading Georgette for serveral months now, found it through Caleb's massive jiu jitsu blogs file on thefightworkspodcast.net I'm 22 years old and have been training jiu jitsu for a little over years. I do finance work for a defense contractor but my real job is jitsu... and that's what I'm here for.

Georgette said...

Yeah, I have Google Analytics too, but I like the instant visual :)

Meerkatsu said...

I'm not unusually quiet, nor am I from an exotic location, but I have only recently come across your blog (it came highly recommended) and I enjoy reading your world very much.
Keep up the good work!

Me, I'm a 40-year-old blue belt from the UK. Train at a branch of the Roger Gracie Academy. Also do a bit of BJJ writing.

Georgette said...

Thanks, Elyse and Seymour...


Peter said...


I don't really remember how I stumbled upon your blog, but I drop by every now and then to catch up. I tend to read a lot of BJJ blogs, maybe as a compensation for not being able to start it myself at the moment :) At the moment I only train in striking styles, but I hope to do BJJ and judo in the future.

Oh, and I'm from Hungary.