The Stat Connection

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The Stat Connection







Go to your Stats page and check your top 3-5 posts. Why do you think they’ve been successful? Find the connection between them, and write about it.






Stats can be sooooo confusing!

Besides, their just numbers…

And I write for the love of writing,

Don’t I????



 

My most read blog entry is the blog ‘about me’ that I have pinned to the top of my page. It has a couple hundred reads. Likes and comments abound.

My second and third most sought blogs are from my flash fiction contests. It seems that the small community of writers interested in joining together for a weekly congratulatory writing experience and a few kind words is growing. I truly enjoy this.

I love collecting followers, though I’m not real sure why some weeks there are more hits than others. I think it is because of my follower’s collecting followers and spreading the word of the flash fiction writing challenge? Bless you guys!

I love counting the flags from other countries. It is awesome to think about my words being read in some many other lands.

What I adore the most… the comments. Even a word or two is grand!!! I attempt to respond with a comment on at least twenty Daily Posts each day that I participate. For each of the Flash Fiction Challenges that I participate in, I try to read and respond to all of them.

If I treasure the comments as much as I do… I should spread the love!!!




 

Written for The Daily Post: February 9, 2016. The Stat Connection

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8 thoughts on “The Stat Connection

    1. Which challenges are you currently doing? Mine are Aspiring Writers of Flash Fiction, Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner, Sunday Photo Fiction, Friday Fictioneers, and the Daily Post.

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      1. I thought I had seen your stories on one of my Challenge picks… I just started the FFftPP as a new endeavor this year. I am getting about thirty plus entries each week now. It has been fun.

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