Web site statistics, February 2007
Google indexed the site on February 18th (and again on March 3rd). As they visit, I get to see how they interpret our site (there's a thing called a webmaster's console). This is how they see our site and what we're about:
- alyn project caer stories sponsors archaeologists young supporters cox phil archaeology age community dig education iron visits welcome period river volunteer activities basket caahp medieval ages cba email register courses gone house officer team work communities diary evening evidence heritage hlf january land lived local machines people wrexham alan annabelle century eighteenth estate fort given ken map password person reeson rogers round sorry summer white chapel drove mesolithic primary run signs story training wheels wish
And how do people see us? According to Google, sites that point to us describe the site as:
- caeralyn org and heritage project archaeological alyn archaeological caer the
I think this says that there aren't many links to our site. Google lists about half a dozen sites that link to us (nice little page on the BBC by the way - http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/northeast/listings/pages/event.shtml?eid=254683&rid=78 - about the launch of YAC.
The more the merrier!
Posted by Mike Taylor, Mar 8, 2007