Thursday, June 5, 2008

Reader statistics about Ask Dr. Jim (blog)

Dear Dr. Jim

I don't have a problem in the world but it seems those other people sure do.

What is the most commonly asked question? How do they find a previous post of yours on the subject?

Curious Betsy Boomer in Auswasia

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Happy to oblige you, B.B.

Here are the statistics showing how many viewers out of a hundred (100) recently asked about the various subjects; Sort of like a percent readership report for each post.

21 opted for just plain "Ask Dr. Jim (blog)"

18 were concerned about their growing earlobes

11 wanted to know about the eating habits of lions and/or rabbits

11 really needed to know about the idler pulley and/or idler bearings on their cars

8 + 1 wanted their sons to become southern gentlemen [the +1 is counting the last one (1) on this list]

7 had those terrible cats peeing on their furniture

5 had girlfriend problems which are always a pain

3 were disappointed that their wives didn't cook as good as their Mother cooked

3 were disappointed with their girls friends who are acting like Britney Spears

3 were worried whether or not their on-line dating would lead to marriage

2 had concerns that his wife thinks she is always right

2 wanted to know about disappearing forever

You can check these last few single reader ones out yourself; just click on them. My favorite, digging through to China, generally gets higher marks.

The list will become more diversified as I am helping more and more people in their life situations.

Most people find me through a search engine, such as Google or Yahoo.

This post answered an unusual question of one who had no problems. Most readers do have a problem.

Just a little curious myself, but how did you find out about me?

I hope this helps you a whole lot,

Dr. Jim

So, keep on keep'n on, and till then,
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1 comment:

Putz said...

dr. jim are you in your seventies, i know you aren't 106, that is a blatent seventyish?????