Double Ones Double Take

I can hardly believe it, but today is my 11th Blogiversary! How can it be that I have been blogging about our families’ history, personal stories, and book reviews for more than a decade? The time has gone by so quickly.

In celebration of my blogiversary, I would like to share a few of my blog’s stats:

  • Total number of views, 43,928
  • Total number of followers, 335
  • Total number of visitors, 22,877
  • Total number of comments, 1,296
  • Total # of likes, 3,325
  • Total # of posts (not including this one), 367
  • Posts’ average word count, 819
  • Total number of shares, 851
  • Most views in a single day, 300 (on 26 August 2018)
  • Most popular viewing day of the week, Saturday

    Although I know that this is not the blog to end all blogs, and those stats certainly aren’t gonna leave the world gobsmacked, I am proud of them nonetheless. So, excuse me as I celebrate 11 years of blogging ups and downs and get ready for year number 12.

    As always, thank you for tagging along on my genealogical adventure!
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10 thoughts on “Double Ones Double Take

  1. Thank you, Ann Marie


  2. Wow! what a milestone!! Congrats!

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  3. You are so right, Eilene. Thank you for your continuing support over the years. Your kind words and encouragement have been invaluable.

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  4. Congratulations on your blogiversary!!🎊 It’s not the stats that matter, but your commitment. Steady on!

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  5. Thank you so much. Your blog is a wonderful resource for genealogical research, especially African American. Because of you, I have discovered some resources that have helped me research several members of our families’ ancestry. Thank you so much for your insights through the years.


  6. Congrats on your great 11 yrs of blogging. I have enjoyed your posts.

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  7. Thank you, Stuart. Best wishes to you on your blogging, as well.


  8. Wow, that’s a long time to be blogging, and is an amazing milestone indeed. Here’s to many many more years to come, and congrats too!

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  9. Thank you so much, Linda, on the congratulations and the compliment. I truly appreciate you coming along my blogging journey.


  10. Linda Stufflebean

    Congratulations on 11 years of blogging. That’s a great achievement. I enjoy your posts.

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