Thank you!

At the end of the day yesterday, finishing only its ninth day of existence, this blog set several new daily highs: 90 views; 52 visitors from 12 different countries; 37 views through clicks on external links; 26 clicks on the home page/archives. In its first nine days since being launched, the blog had 435 views, including 396 in the six days since August 15th, when it first began to put up any numbers. There were no fewer than 98 comments and 60 blog followers, with another 8 followers on social media.

I’m sure you’d agree that’s pretty rapid growth, and I have you to thank for it–you, my readers, without whom it wouldn’t be possible. Wishing you all the best, and hoping to provide you with more worthwhile reading in the future.

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6 thoughts on “Thank you!

  1. Hey there! I know this is sort of off-topic but I had to ask.
    Does managing a well-established blog such as yours take a lot of work?
    I’m completely new to running a blog however I do write in my diary
    everyday. I’d like to start a blog so I will be
    able to share my own experience and views online.
    Please let me know if you have any kind of ideas or tips for brand new aspiring bloggers.
    Thankyou!

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    1. Blogging is a closed universe. The only people who typically read blogs are other bloggers, and they typically do it only as long as you’re reading their blog postrs and clicking Like on them and leaving comments to them. Once I stopped doing that my daily hits plummetted from about 140 to about 20. Those 20 are the hardcore readers who really do want to read the blog instead of just one hand washing the other. Also, having a blog does not lead to high enough search engine rankigs for you to use the blog to promote your own separate commercial website. It can be used to make contact with other people who are in a similar situation to you or have a similar mindset. And if you’re just after getting your own thoughts out there and making them available for others to find, then a blog sorta works because there will be a few people who will find your blog among the tens of millions of other blogs–just not many people.

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  2. Do you havve a spam issue on this blog; I also am a blogger, and I waas wanting to know your situation;
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