Up until last year, just about this time, I blogged on blogger – in spurts. Robert Jimenez contacted me and suggested that I move to WP. I’d read his blog enough to know to trust him AND so many of the blogs I was already reading were on WP, so I took the plunge. AND now that I think of it, some of the people I enjoy most in biblioblogdom, contacted me for some reason pertaining to/about the blog, but not on the blog.
My top 10 referrers:
- New Leaven
- The Scroll
- socks and chocolate
- WordPress Dashboard
- Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth
- Claude Mariottini (now this one surprises me!)
OK, I can’t just stop there because 11 & 12 are:
as of 10:12:28 am, I’d had 23,626 hits. Minuscule to some of you I know, but I’m surprised to have hit it.
Top Posts for the year:
- NES Staffing – NES Employment Solutions
- About Me
- New wine in old wineskins
- Apple Staffing
- Lego Noah’s Ark
- Asking for IM sign-up for job interview?
- CCC Recruiting
- ieryfbyjcshfbrtyfhhdger .net/fh845hf8f87
- The Voca People
- The amazing credit score email
Almost all of those had to do with my job hunt last summer. Not a single post that I sweated over, researched extensively, reviewed for a publisher or even wondered if I should hit the publish button because it was so intensely personal made the list. As a matter of fact, the top post about NES Staffing (scam) has 7 times the hits of the next post. I do hope those posts were/are helpful to other job hunters.
I don’t get the spam some of you get. Thank goodness!
Before I blogged, I communicated on bulletin boards. I still visit them sometimes, but they don’t have the same feel. When I blog and get no comments, that’s ok. Everyone in the world knows I was just expressing myself and if someone wants to join in, that’s ok. If they don’t, that’s wonderful too. Not the same on a bb where people are writing waiting for a response.
Waiting to see what the next year brings 😀