So, I got this report from WordPress today.
This is something I love seeing, because it shows all of the different things I’ve accomplished this year on the blog and the different places I’ve been talking to people. It’s not much yet, but it’s a start. I’m proud of where I’m at. For anyone that wants to read through it, I thought I’d put it up as a post.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,100 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 18 trips to carry that many people.
Click here to see the complete report.
My last post of the year will be up done tomorrow. I am putting together a post talking about what I’ve accomplished this year and my goals for the new one. This will include personal goals and goals for the site. I hope you all will enjoy that.
Congratulations on another year and thank you to those that have supported me. This includes a lot of people on this site that I can’t list all of them.
See you all tomorrow in my new post and in 2015!
4 thoughts on “2014: My accomplishments in blogging”
Hi. Congrats, then. By the way, some say blogging helps them connect with themselves, in one way or another. Hope you find it that way too. 🙂
(PS: sure you don’t want an ‘About’ page?)
I have on the sidebar an introduction to myself. Is there anything you suggest me needing to add in an actual about page? I haven’t seen a need for one, but if someone else does, I have no problem creating one.
Well, not really. Only the blogger her/himself knows what to share (or in what way, for that matter). So, however common, an ‘About’ page is not mandatory. Still, you might like to check here:
She has it both ways—sidebar and about page. Sure, we don’t find this kind very often, but I believe she has her reasons. The point is, in an about page, visitors can bark back. It’s where ‘the kick’ strikes when people’s comments are not post-related (just to say hi, about the blog in general etc). It’ the ‘interactivity’. Then again, it’s up to the blogger. Good luck.
That’s more of what I use twitter for to talk with people outside of comments (and tumblr). If you have any suggestions let me know. Thanks!