I’ve not been blogging much recently. I’ve been tied up with an elusive plasterer over Christmas and I’ve not had internet access at home. My views per day score has been bumbling along at around the fifty mark for weeks. This is not something that troubles me much: my motivation for blogging has little to do with popularity.
Yesterday, for reasons that I cannot fathom, 182 people viewed this blog. I’m intrigued to know why. I produced a short piece called “Here and Now” for The Inkwell’s Half-hour Challenge, much as I do every month. Nothing seems to have changed except the number of visitors.
Does anyone have a theory to offer?
I topped fifty thousand visits to my blog yesterday. I only launched it in August 2011. Many thanks to all those who’ve shown an interest. Although I’m not motivated to seek maximum exposure, it’s always reassuring to think you’re speaking to someone, rather than ranting at the aether! I have enjoyed the lively debates and exchange of ideas along the way. Again, a warm thankyou to all my readers.
p.s. I don’t have many photos of me. This one is me getting an award for wine making and definitely not an attempt to suggest I should get an award for blogging!