My Top Referrers [thanks]

Almost a thousand of you lovely adorable bloggers have permanent links to me on your front page, which means that many of my hits come from your sites. I have enjoyed over half a million hits in the last season, and much of that is because of you. Your permanent links give me a high google rating and I come up more often on the search engines. (Who said there was no hierarchy on the internet?)

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In the past, I haven’t had permanent links to you – sorry – very rude of me – but i hope to fix that. I don’t want my blog to be self-centered and i do want to honor you. So I just started a list in the right column called “Top Referrers”. There is about 100 links right now but that number will keep growing as i track which sites are sending me the most hits. So if your blog comes up on my list, consider it a THANK YOU from me. I may do spotlights on individual referrers . . . so keep looking . . you might find yourself on my front page.

Andrew

Andrew Jones has been blogging since 1997. He is based in San Francisco with his two daughters but also travels the globe to find compelling stories of early stage entrepreneurs changing their world. Sometimes he talks in the third person. Sometimes he even talks to himself and has been heard uttering the name "Precious" :-)

6 Comments

  • Thanks for the link Andrew, see you sometime soon when you come through North East Scotland!
    What a pleasure to be linked by an Internet Christian Celeb like yourself (hehe only kidding)
    Liam

  • hi there. thanks for the link. i found out you had linked me by someone who had got to my blog through your blog. i guess it all comes back around in the end.
    i really need to tidy up and revamp the links on my blog, but be assured, yours will still stay linked from mine. 🙂
    nessa
    (the last burnt sienna crayon)

  • Thanks for your generosity. I am not quite sure how to put this, but I am continually amazed at the way ideas can be linked together on the web and then shared. Should we call it intellectual generosity? The sharing of ideas and the openness of the ensuing posts on blogs enables people to be generous, very generous indeed, without worrying about copyright or profits.
    I am grateful for TSK because it acts as a central hub for so many of the great ideas out there.

  • Thanks for the props! You’ve been such a blessing to me in this stretch of my spiritual journey – I can’t help talking about your writings to others! Thanks for being transparent and authentic in sharing.

  • Thanks for the link, Andrew. I was wondering why I was getting links from your site to mine…makes good sense now.
    Now if you could just make me another pizza from the pizza party in Glorieta in October, that would be great. 😉
    Thanks again.
    J.R.
    brokenstainedglass

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