This post popped up as a memory on my personal Facebook page – it was my very first re-blog and it’s been 3 years already! Back then I had, like, 3 followers (Cordelia and her 2 sisters) and was totally obsessed with those darn statistics. Which I’m not now, no absolutely not, no way do I care about how many followers I do or don’t have … um, like, more than 3 now, I think? Be sure to click over to my statistics post – if you’re one of us insecure bloggers, you’ll find it especially amusing.
I would like to add, however, that in the past 3 years, I’ve figured out what kind of blogger I am – I’m the fun-loving, write-what-I-want-when-I-want kind of blogger, and you can either read me or not ’cause I’m mostly doing it for myself. I even opted to pay for the “no ads” service on my site because I really hate those pop-up ads and I don’t want anything to detract from my wonderful words (and photos, don’t forget the photos!). Even though I could maybe make a few much-needed pennies on those ads. That’s how serious I am.
Enjoy today’s no-ad offering (and bring all your friends, please!).
Above image by Andrew Tarvin
I just have to share a post with my readers — it ties in so well with my October 22 post on statistics. The following was published just this morning (November 19, 2013) on Cordelia Calls It Quits and is being re-blogged here with permission from Kelly Gurnett:
Why Healthcare.gov Batkid Kale Means Icognito iPhone Thor
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In blogging, and in life, there are certain rules people expect to follow for guaranteed “success.”
In blogging, these rules include such things as: maximizing your title with the top trending SEO keywords (estimated time to accomplish: 15-30 mins./post), micro-analyzing your site stats to understand every possible way your audience is finding you (30 mins. – 1 hr./day everyday), and A/B split testing your email subject lines to make sure every single message you send out reaches the highest percentage of your email…
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