CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?!
I hardly can. I’ve been doing this blog for a year on October 27, 2012. I have more than 15,000 views and the response and support I received has been simply amazing to me. I am beyond tickled that people have found my blog useful enough to pay any attention to it,
When I started Scribescribbling I knew that I would be writing an obscure blog whose intent was to help an obscure group of people. My goal was to help those that I would likely never meet improve their art, skills and knowledge of historical calligraphy . I my posts to be accessable and interesting. This meant that the posts should be kept short. I gave myself a guideling of 750 word limit for my posts that I mostly kept.
My next goal was for the blog to cover things that I remember having a hard time with including finding period manuscripts as well as information that would be useful to the average beginner that I felt somehow gets skipped. I hoped the blog would be useful to scribes in the SCA by helping them become better skilled, informed and knowledgeable scribes.
Well, the feedback I have received says I succeeded, and the views I have received tells me I’m doing something interesting. I admit, I am not a professional writer and am always looking for ways to improve my writing and to write interesting and useful posts. If you have ideas or suggestions, please feel free to contact me here or at my e-mail, IantheGreen01@gmail.com
This is supposed to be a year in review so with no further ado, let’s review.
Top 3 Posts:
3 – “Carolingian Minuscule“
Most Views in One Day:
Number of posts:
This is number 74
Top 3 Referring sites:
1 – Facebook
2 – Search Engines (Mostly Google)
3 – Linkedin
Top Search Engine Topic:
Month with the most views:
- July 2013
Countries My Blog Has Been Viewed From:
I’m only sharing those countries that have 11 or more views. This is the one statistic that always just amazes me with 45 different countries!
|Republic of Korea||61|
It has been an amazing year for me. The consistent attention that my blog receives is so inspiring to me and moreso that it comes from a truly international community. Thank you all so very much! This Blog has been a work of love and support to you in the scribal world in the SCA and out of it. I thank you from the bottom of my inky heart for your interest and your support.
I hope that this following year I will be able to continue to provide good information for you but in a much better way.
Yours in Service,
Ian the Green