I can’t believe that I have been an official blogger since June 2016. Between being a full time teacher, mommy and autism advocate. I still have to find time to keep A Woman’s Work active. Blogging has helped bring out “Brooke”. My high school friend and college roommate Gina, told me that this is “The Year of Brooke”. I claim that and believe her. I have the power to make it happen.
I took some time to reflect on the data from my blog. I looked at the topics, days of the week, length of each blog and tried to find a trend to show me what was working and what I could improve on. Should I continue to post daily or three times a week? Do I continue with Soulful Sunday? Am I ready to monetize my blog? Do I take a break and continue to work on my memoir?
Let’s take a look at the data. Data never lies. Right?
The majority of my readers are in the United States. But I was shocked to see that I have people in other countries reading my blog. Now I have to reflect and find ways to reach more countries with my message. When you visit my blog. I only have 4 followers. That doesn’t bother me because the data shows that people are reading my work.
In 2016 7,698 read A Woman’s Work and 3, 559 people visited my site. When I think about the data, I thank God for giving me the courage to share my personal journey, struggles, success, sadness and highlights. I introduced the world to our family and living with autism.
This weekend I have been thinking about what will I do next? I will reach out to my social media guru the Del Blogger to guide me. One thing I know is that this is just the beginning for me.
Thank you for all of the love and support that you have shown me since I entered into the blogging world.
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Needless to say, I am truly proud of you and knew from the onset that you would be a successful Blogger.
You are truly touching many lives while enhancing your own.
Congratulations Delaware Blogger!
That compliment coming from you means so much. I still have so much to learn. I’m hoping things slow down a bit and we can meet soon. Love ya sis.
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