Remember,the only measuring tool to measure “worship” on Sunday mornings is the level of surrender in your heart. Not experience & feeling.
I think there’s wisdom here in it’s application for our personal blogs and the metrics that we pull daily (for some of us, at least).
One of the reasons that I’ve started getting rid of a number of analytic packages is because I’m a performance junkie: I’m very interested in the speed and performance of my blog than nearly anything else because I want the user to have the best time possible.
In addition, I’ve now completed my analysis of all of the one’s I’ve been interested and have landed on the two that I feel are the best for my particular usage.
But one of the much larger motivations for getting rid of one of them is because I was spending far too much time looking at it, and that was just gnawing on my soul.
Metrics are good, but the things that can’t be measured are the most important perhaps. Thanks Carlos for the reminder.
[Image from Britanny]