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    What do you see?

    What do you see?

    Michele Walk, who along with Kathleen helped me out on some social media things and who now works for Engage, links to an interesting post at Mashable about eye tracking of Facebook pages performed by EyeTrackShop Inc.

    Here’s the image of what people see on a Facebook page:

     

    I’m pretty sure I can’t afford their services, so tell me, what do you see and what to you first look at when you visit the Legal Insurrection home page?

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    Liberty | December 1, 2011 at 6:49 pm

    P.S. I love your song of the day too and have suggested to American Thinker that they follow your lead. (Lol)

    I see a page that, in my humble opinion, has more eye appeal than any other blog that I read….but I have to admit that the name of your blog is what drew me to you.


     
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    LukeHandCool | December 1, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    I go right to the latest post and then see if I’ve missed any posts since my last visit. I then, time permitting, read all the comments. I always check the video of the day, blog of the day, etc., before going to sleep.

    Aesthetically, I find the blog layout, format, etc., very pleasing.

    Of course, first and foremost is the Professor’s analysis of the news.

    What drew me to this blog is chemistry, I guess. I read someone with a worldview just like mine, and he peppered things with humor and spiced them with music. Well, maybe cooking rather than chemistry.

    Either way, you’ve created a wonderful recipe, Professor.

    LukeHandCool (whose wife has a blog in Japanese which has some 400+ readers already. And who has a habit, when his wife is spending too much time on the computer on her blog, of approaching her without speaking, rubbing his tummy in a circular motion with one hand and simultaneously pointing at his open, hungry mouth with the other).


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