Pearls of witticism from 'Bo the Blogger: Kushibo's Korea blog... Kushibo-e Kibun...
Now with Less kimchi, more nunchi. Random thoughts and commentary (and indiscernibly opaque humor) about selected social, political, economic, and health-related issues of the day affecting "foreans," Koreans, Korea and East Asia, along with the US, especially Hawaii, Orange County and the rest of California, plus anything else that is deemed worthy of discussion. Forza Corea!
Before I went into retirement and came to Hawaii, I was usually in the range of 100 to 150 hits a day. During that retirement period, before I started blogging again in earnest in the latter half of 2008, I still averaged from 20 to 30 hits a day, mostly from Google searches and from people following old K-blog links or Wikipedia links, especially to the Korea-versus-Corea post.
When I started posting on my blog, I believe the fresh activity prompted Google to move my blog further up the ladder in web and image searches, which led to more hits. My comments on other favorite blogs like Brian in Jeollanamdo or KoreaBeat, even when I didn't leave a link back to my blog, led to more and more hits. One Free Korea, a must-read blog for anyone who is interested in North Korean human rights, also produces a lot of hits.
If things keep up, by maintaining my average of over 8000 per month, I could hit 200,000 by next September. But the real question is what can I do to hit one million? The answer may lie in my plan for 독도뉴드s.