Having a website is a big responsibility. Most of the time, most people don’t think twice about it…after all: they wonder why anybody at all would read their website. If they’re convinced that they’re not being read, they don’t have to think about what they write.
Being a web designer means knowing too much to think that way. Virtually everything I write will be found by somebody, read by somebody, and believed by somebody. As a Christian, that’s both a blessing and a warning.
I looked at the Official GodWords Traffic Stats this morning, and found that I’m #2 on Google (of 426,000) for this phrase:
is god too loving to send me to hell
I’m also #8 of 44 million sites listed by Yahoo…but before you hurt yourself patting me on the back, think about the process involved. Somebody wanted to know the answer to that question, and they wanted to know it badly enough to search the internet and ask strangers to give them that answer.
Because GodWords is highly-ranked for that search phrase, I get a lot of the traffic that comes from people searching that way. Because I get a lot of traffic that way, it’s important that I have a good answer for them…I need to know whether a loving God would send someone to Hell. If I give them the wrong answer, I would be leading them astray.
Do you have a website? Do you know what people are searching for, and why they come to your website? If not, maybe you should do a little digging. I’d be happy to help.