Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

6 comments:

  1. Star magnolia? Very pretty!

    Wendy, I have a Sitemeter on my blog and I check it to see what folks are interested in. It is a seasonal thing for searches. Sitemeter is free and I've had it on my blog since April 08. This was before blogger put their Stats feature on blogger blogs. You can also use that. You want to get something else too though. There is also another one called GoSTats and that one is fine too. Once Sitemeter went down and so I used that. It is nice to keep track of visits. I am particularly interested in outclicks and where readers go-like to other blogs on my sidebar or to links I or Skeeter has posted but mostly they click out on pictures. It is amazing the pictures folks look at closely. Lately they seem to love the mosaic one. 1247 views since last October when I posted it! This thrills me I have to admit it. But another feature I use sitemeter for is trends in the garden world. It's a great tool for landscape designer for me. Check it out and let me know if you like it. You can email too if you like. tina

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  2. Tina, thank you so much for writing. Everything you said is Greek to me. So I've copy and pasted portions of your sentences that include a verb and googled the phrase and am learning. Still not clear on this but will take the time to educate myself on all of this blogging business. I don't know why I want to know but I know that to not know will make me cuckoo. ;-)

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  3. Wendy, Here is the link to Sitemeter. Just sign up, cut and paste the code unto your html area of "Add Gadgets" and it will begin counting right away. You'll love it. I mean I think folks blog thinking others will read and like right? Way more people read than comment and how would you know if you didn't track it? It is a fun part of blogging. A bit discouraging when one is new though. But check it out if you need help don't hesitate to ask.

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  4. I planted my 'Royal Star' magnolia earlier this week, and hope to get blooms like the lovely one above next spring. It's a pretty plant, not just for the flowers, but it looks nice and well formed in its green foliage too.

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  5. Laurrie, you can't hurt a Star Magnolia. And by the looks of your gardens, yours will thrive better than anything else out there. I like the leaves, too. Leathery!

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