The unknowns of blogging.
Well, my last blog (Does - or will - Consumerism ever lead to Happiness?) turned out to be what is commonly termed ‘a lead balloon’. The viewer stats hovered around the 20 – 40 mark for days, before descending to single digits and then (strangely) rising to over 100.
I try not to check too regularly on the stats…that is, to see how many ‘hits’ my post has received, but sometimes it’s beyond me to resist the temptation.
I like to see that a few hundred people have read what I have written, not only for selfish reasons but just for the interesting fact of it.
Further stats allow me to see from where the ‘hits’ have originated and sometimes I am very surprised to find that someone in (say) Russia or a Pacific Island has visited.
But, mostly my readers are from Australia, UK or USA.
Heaven only knows how these readers come across my pathetic little blogs. No one ever tells me!
Seeing that the last (unpopular and far too long) blog topic was a (most probably, to most) boring lecture on the art of happiness and the effects of rampant consumerism on our state of mind, I will attempt to write a more light-hearted post next.
I am thinking of writing about how we learn – and learn, and learn – throughout our lives - but not on a studious, academic or serious level, but more on day to day life lessons.
On this I’ll ponder.
Until next time..............
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