June 21, 2007

Does this make me famous?

Last night I decided to go take a look at my Google Analytics results just to see what kind of traffic my blog and website are getting. If you don't know about Analytics, I won't even try to explain it, just got to the site & check it out, lol. As usual, I found that the number one referring site to my blog is Jenn Maruska's Blog, hey, thanks Jenn. But I also found a couple blogs referring to my website that I didn't recognize. Both are located in Norway, totally written in Norwegian so I don't know what they say. It was pretty easy to see what they story was
though.

If I could only read Norwegian. sigh


Even though they aren't exactly the same as mine, I'm pretty flattered. This is a nicer form of copying. Cool.



8 comments:

Sarah and Jack said...

Heh, I discovered something similar the last time I looked at technorati. Interesting what you find, eh?

Polka Dot Creations said...

I have that same issue! My website gets a lot of links from foreign message boards. I have *no* idea what they're talking about. Sometimes I'm able to use google translator to figure it out, but often it's in some language not supported by google, and I just have to hope what they're saying is nice :-)

jessi said...

Wow - such flattery and well deserved too! I love looking at my blog statistics.

LoveDynamite said...

That's so cool you famous:D

LoveDynamite said...

That's so cool you famous:D

baremona said...

Hi! I was browsing your blog;which I love by the way, and I have to tell you that one of the norwegian blogs(the one called baremona) is mine! I had no intension to copy your cute monkeys but I had to try to make one on my own :) My 14 year old daughter loved it so the monkey is used by her! I have to say that you make the most beautiful things!!!
Sincerely Mona :)

Ane said...

Hi!

The "To be or knit to be" blog belongs to me. I have thought about writing in english, but so far I'm sticking to Norwegian only :) I was so inspired when I found your blog and saw the things you make, and I just had to try making my own interpretation of the monkey. I hope you don't mind, an by the way: I will never sell anything that is not my own design.

Looking foreward to seeing more of your beautiful creations, Ane.

iSew said...

For you ladies that are featured in this post, I think it's great that my monkeys inspired you!