I think this has gotten this many many hits because people are interested in listing (yet again) their web sites.
Just about no one has been interested in visiting those sites.
List your site thru the database that is part of this larger site.
If you are making an announcement about an upcoming show -- have any pertinent links in that announcement -- like the theater web site and your personal site of appropriate. Put your web link on your profile.
A seperate portion for listing sites will only be a rehashing of info spread all over the place.
It wouldn't be used as a resource for people, just more link fodder.
Come up with an interesting way to incorporate your link into a meaningful post. That will increase traffic to your site. Other than that, having a seperate spot for them here is a waste of space.
I'm also contemplating the creation of a lens on squidoo.com about playwrights, but skewed to keywords that people use to search for scripts. This is because people on the web rarely search for scripts by name or playwright. Rather, they type in the kind of play they're looking for, along with words like "play", "script", etc.
For example, I target schools and colleges so I'd have keywords like "school", "college", "comedy", "India", "international", etc. in my lens section. Similarly, other playwrights may have keywords like "adult", "community", "absurd", etc. Not too technical or jargon-heavy, just things that lay people are likely to use as keywords.
I've tried visiting the websites of a couple of playwrights but there is not indication of the type of plays they have available for production and at whom those plays are targeted. There are lists of plays, true, but very little indication of who might best benefit from the plays.
I'm thinking, if people post the type of plays they have available, I can then create a lens and bung in the playwrights' names, plays, genres, target audiences, etc., along with the link to the playwrights' websites.
Or maybe Paul would like to include this in the "Playwrights On The Web" page. We then just update our listing with the details. It'll save me the trouble of creating the lens :)