Those are the Bedbugger blog stats. Saturday will be our 2 month anniversary. We may well reach 20K readers by then. But there have only been 155 comments, and I don’t have stats on that, but I’d estimate these have been left by around 15 different people.
20,000 readers is a lot of itchy people, a lot of people worried about getting itchy, a lot of people being paid to eliminate itchiness, a lot of people being paid to investigate itchiness, a lot of bed bugs.
I like to look at the search terms people use to find Bedbugger. Here’s what they were looking for in the last day or so:
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photos of people watching tv in bed
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I am not sure about the letter “t”, but beyond that, I guess we hit on most of those terms. You can learn a lot about how people think by looking at what they google: “Suing landlord knew about bedbugs when…” (when you moved in?) “New kind of insects in New York”: not just here, but everywhere. And not new: very, very old. “New to you,” you might say. “Burn bed bug eggs”: you sound like my kind of people.
If you’re reading this and never commented before, click “comments” above. Tell us who you are, what you need, why you’re here. Which of the above categories describes you? Is there anything we can do to help? We know people who might be able to answer your questions. No need to be shy: anonymous is fine. But making up a pseudonym is more fun. 🙂