My First Month

January is over, though winter is not. I started blogging on and off with blogger via Google. But in January I switched over to WordPress. My first WordPress blog was posted January 5th. It got exactly 1 view. After that I started figuring out how it all worked.

My stats for the month of January, the first month I blogged with WordPress are not outstanding, but they are encouraging (to me at least). In total I had 242 views. That’s 8.6 views a day. The post most visited reached 47 (the one about my son’s heart surgery).

I had a total of 167 vistors.
There were 34 “likes”.
9 comments were made on my posts.
I gathered 10 followers.
I had visits from 9 countries

Like I said, it wasn’t anything outstanding, of course. But it’s something to built upon. To my 10 followers, I thank you. To those who haven’t clicked to follow yet, I encourage you to. You’ll be in for an adventure. Blogging is what I do when I’m not husbanding, daddying, teaching, or running.

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3 thoughts on “My First Month

  1. 1) Teaching? When was the last time you taught?! 😛
    2) With all the craziness going on in the world I’m not sure I like the idea that people in 9 countries (and I’m assuming anyone) can see what’s going on in our lives and learn so much about our children.

    DW

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  2. Congrats on your first month at WordPress. I’ve been here since 2007 in various blogs, though my longest running was started in 2009. The one I use the most started 3 years ago. I haven’t had any thoughts of leaving. I tried Blogger several years ago and found it less versatile. But then, that was several years ago.

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  3. Thanks Jay. I started with blogger just because I have a gmail account already. The blogging was okay, but I felt the networking was lacking. Here, I have already made connections and am really enenjoying the interactions. So many resources and inspirations!

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