Mine averages 120 per day, and I have around 165 subscribers, but I'm wondering if that's low, high, average, etc. My main reason for thinking about this is to see if I should try to branch out with other ad networks.
Well I started in mid-April. I hit 100 the other day and had a celebration. But I was also excited when a got my first comment from a non-family member (week 1), first comment from a lesbian (week 8) and first visit from out of the country (last week). Looking forward to : 1st comment from a celebrity, first comment from the White House and first comment from a polygamous compound. But I have no ads and everything I write is just dumb crap that pops into my brain. :)
Mine is low, but I just really started blogging seriously. According to site meter it's 32 visits per day. According to Feed Burner I have 31 subscribers. I haven't tried ad networks or anything like that yet .... :)
Mine stats are lower than anyone who has posted here so far. Sad, huh. It's sad because of the amount of work I put into the site. THe only reason I keep going is because of the women who DO read my site. When they comment and say I've made them laugh or smile or gave them information they can use, then it makes me so happy. I love making my videos and if it means I make them for a teeny tiny audience, well then I'm going to appreciate having an audience at all. There's a lot of competition for a mom's online time these days. I'm just grateful for the small amount of readers I DO have.
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