A Decade Down…Ten Years, Ten Stats

Happy, happy, joy, joy, happy, happy, joy! Today is my 10th Blogiversary! A whole decade of blogging about our families’ history, personal stories, and book reviews. Wow! Where has the time gone?

In celebration of ten years, I would like to share ten stats for this blog:

  1. Total number of views, 37,572
  2. Total number of followers, 337
  3. Total number of visitors, 19,198
  4. Total number of comments, 1,162
  5. Total # of posts (not including this one), 346
  6. Posts’ average word count, 789
  7. Total number of shares, 354
  8. Most views in a single day, 300
  9. Most popular viewing day of week, Wednesday
  10. Date with most views, 26 August 2018

Okay, okay, so this is not the blog to end all blogs, and those stats certainly aren’t gonna set the world on fire, but I am proud of them nonetheless. So, pardon me as I throw some virtual confetti (the real stuff is entirely too messy) and take my first step into the next decade of my blogging adventure.

Thanks for coming along on my journey!

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6 thoughts on “A Decade Down…Ten Years, Ten Stats

  1. Congratulations! Ten years is a long time!!

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  2. Congrats on your 10 blog anniversary!!! It’s amazing how fast the time goes.

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  3. Linda Stufflebean

    Congratulations! A decade is a lot of time spent blogging. I wish you many more years of fun. 🙂

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  4. Carol Rosen

    Amazing how much work actually goes into your posts. Please keep up the great job! We would never have learned so much about our silent past had you not been so inquisitive and determined…..so sending a great big BRAVO for now and big hugs when I see you in the summer! LOVE YOU 😘💞💞💕💕💖💖✨✨

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  5. Congratulations!!!!

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  6. Carol Radowenchuk

    You go GIRL!

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