WordPress 2015 Statistics!

Waking up this morning to a review of my 2015 WordPress statistics was both inspiring and terrifying.

It was inspiring, because of obvious reasons. I saw what I was able to achieve in such a small amount of time – 5 months ago, I didn’t even have a blog. It was terrifying for less obvious reasons.

My least favourite time of year is New Years Eve and New Years Day. It’s frightening. You’re leaving behind a whole year of events, memories, moments, smiles… well, that’s what it feels like to me, anyway.

Remember when I discussed how I organise my digital photos? I have a feeling my uneasiness about the end of a year has something to do with this! For as long as I’ve had a digital camera, I’ve stored my photographs in annual folders. Come January 1st, I have to create a new folder for the year ahead. And it’s empty! How daunting is that?

I give myself the responsibility to fill this new, empty folder with exciting, photograph worthy events and moments that are worth remembering in my future. The pressure is real.

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Anyway, back to the point! WordPress created a summary of my year, packaged in a cosy little email. Actually, it’s technically only 5 months, but it was nice to receive nonetheless.

I’ve met a lot of lovely people – friends – along the way. I’ve had a great time writing for you all, and just as much fun reading your posts!

Thank you, all of you!

Here’s the review of my year!

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 7,900 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 7 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

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Have you checked out your own report?

And a huge shout of to Simon, with his epic 161 comments this year! Thanks, my fellow geeky friend :).

-Morgan

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24 thoughts on “WordPress 2015 Statistics!

  1. LOL. It has come full circle now. My son and I made some of those bookmarks I saw on the internet. I’ve just come to realize I was on your blog page at the time. But I didn’t actually find your blog to follow until fairly recently. You’ve got some pretty good stats for only 5 months!

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  3. I did read mine, of course. But it is funny. Usually I just let it sit in my inbox for months before I even look at it. But this year, I needed something to post about and so I used it. Seems like a lot of us did that! Congrats on your success!

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