About a month ago I announced that on August 23rd I’d be celebrating a full year of blogging. It’s the 27th now that I finally get around to it.
So here go my stats:
- 93 subscribers to this blog according to feedburner
- 12 people subscribed to the comments on this blog
- 87 visitors to this blog daily
- 1,672 links to this blog, most to the homepage, according to Google webmaster tools.
I dared you, my readers, to choose my best post and link to it. Hardly anybody took me up on that. The one person who did vote linked to my post about: Osel Hita Torres. Since that was the only vote, I’ll have to assume that post is the most popular. 😉 The list of my most popular posts stands therefore pretty much as it did a month ago:
Bonus round goes to my posts: Did Buddhism win the best Religion of the world award? and Why doesn’t the dream add up to the reality?, which are doing very well currently.
I guess you all aren’t really into contests. I did however find a few new people to thank on my list of
my Spiritual Friends (aka those who link to allconsidering.com) so that lens has grown a bit more.
Anyhow, thank you, all of you, readers, bloggers, twitterers etc. for being there in my first year of blogging here. I hope to continue to inform, inspire and make you ‘consider all’… If you have any questions you want me to answer, any ideas about topics I should be blogging about, feel free to share them in the comments.