Big in the Netherlands

I understand, Eric, your wanting more and more followers (and commenters, etc.). I almost didn’t even start my blog as I thought it would be a waste of my (precious ;->) time. After I finally had it up & running, it took me months just to figure out how to do certain things, like share it in other sites. And I still haven’t figured out how to get those flags in there (though I have them in my blogspot blogs. Those blogs are not about writing – they are about other subjects that interest me.)
Anyway, now I am glad about whatever happens because the post also goes to my FB page (where I have 5K plus connections), Twitter (that is growing by leaps & bounds – thanks to my publicist!) and several other social sites.
So I am glad my blog followers are growing, but I have learned not to get hung up on any one thing. Life is about moving forward and only looking back to learn the lessons so let’s all just keep moving forward!
Sherrie
P.S. I love your comment about “Chocolate.” I actually met a woman in Switzerland who was biting the tops off the liquor-filled chocolates she got for Xmas, dumping the liquor down the drain and eating the chocolates like there was no tomorrow! She was Swiss-French, if that makes any difference! 😉 ❤
Sherrie Miranda's historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
http://tinyurl.com/klxbt4y
Her husband made a video for her novel. He wrote the song too:

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 LeidenNetherlands2

Since I’ve started blogging I’ve been fascinated (ok I admit it obsessed) by the statistics. I know all the season bloggers say to forget about the views and just write. That is easier said than done. I’m happy the way my blog is going, slowly increasing its readership and getting a decent number of views. At the time of writing this I have 246 followers and my best day I had 192 views. Small compared to some but still progress.

What I really like is seeing is the breakdown of the origin of viewers overall. Most of mine come from the USA not the UK. But I also get quite a few from all countries of the globe. I have had 44 from the Netherlands mainly due to some friends I used to play WoW with and have stay in touch over Facebook. I’ve had 29 from Thailand all…

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2 comments

  1. Eric Klingenberg · October 20, 2015

    Thanks for re-blogging

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  2. Eric Klingenberg · October 21, 2015

    Also meant to say that sound like a criminal waste of alcohol! I’m not hung up over the numbers (well not too much) I find the statistics fascinating.

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