I’m now the proud owner of the top link on Google for the search terms incinerator toilet. I thank each and every one of you who has searched on that phrase (or “incinerating toilet” or “Incinolet” or “toilet that incinerates”) and then clicked through to read my story about the incinerating toilet at our cabin. Being a mover and shaker in the lofty realm of incinerating toilets has been a lifelong dream of mine, and I can hardly believe that it has finally happened (wipes tear from eye). Maybe it will all sink in after I get a cease and desist letter from Incinolet.
My main wish, though, is that I could get Google to drop the link to the story on my old weblog. Most people click that link, to no surprise, instead of the indented one that links to the story on this weblog. I recently replaced the story on my old weblog with a page that just redirects to the story on this blog.
In case you’re curious about the world-wide demand for incinerator toilet info, I get an average of five visitors a day who follow a link to my site after searching on some form of incinerating toilet related criteria.