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Tag Archives: readership
Which is more important – blogging or life? I used to post at least twice a week, sometimes more if those burning ideas came to me. At that time, I had a good 9-to-5 job with enough down time that … Continue reading
I have a number of reasons to be grateful for my readers. First off, thank you to those readers who suggested adding a magnesium supplement to my diet. The leg cramps have pretty much stopped! I still get twinges periodically, especially … Continue reading
I’m always honored when a blogger with more followers than I have finally finds, comments and/or follows my blog. These days, I’m feeling rather special that there are fewer and fewer blogs with more followers than I have (way to … Continue reading
This post was originally published in October, 2013. At that time, I had less than 50 followers and averaged only a few views per day. While my readership has grown significantly since then, I’m sad to say that WordPress has not changed … Continue reading