March 18, 2016

Two Million Views: Thank You!

On March 16th A Satisfying Journey passed 2 million page views. Over the period of its existence (minus a sabbatical break of 2 months in 2015 and a name change) that averages close to 30,000 a month. Not top tier, but not bad.

Only 10% of all blogs make it past 6 months. June will mark six years.

The people to thank and applaud are the world's greatest readers: you. The civility of comments, the intellect of the discussions, and the support have made publishing over 715 posts, or close to half a million words, not a labor of love, but of joy.

Thank you.

Bob

8 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Bob, on reaching this impressive milestone. -Jean

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  2. Congratulations Bob! Your blog has helped many retirees in so many ways! Your thoughtful posts and inspiring words have been an inspiration to us all! Glad that it provides joy to you.

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  3. Congratulations, Bob, on reaching this well-deserved milestone. Rock on!

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  4. Thank YOU Bob!
    What you write is very much appreciated and resonates even here with me in my small rural town in Western Australia.. I look forward to reading your blog each time it arrives in my mailbox for a bit more wisdom and thoughtful reflection on all sorts.
    Best wishes to you and your family.

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  5. Congrats on a milestone! Keep it going!
    b

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  6. Congratulations, Bob. When I grow up, I want to BE you! You're an inspiration to me!

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  7. As one of your 2 million, Bob, I say thank you for your interesting and relevant reports and your continuing good sense. My blog doesn't measure up to yours ... but by your account at least it's in the top 10%!

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  8. Wow, Bob, that is so wonderful, or, as my grandson would say, super awesome! Congratulations! The civility of comments and intellect of discussions is only a reflection of the author. You provide stimulating posts on a range of topics with humor, intelligence, curiosity, compassion, and spirituality. Your success is no surprise, but is nonetheless something to celebrate and be proud of.

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