Wow! That is awesome for you. Congratulations for reaching your goal. I've not really set a goal like that for my blog. Silly I know. I am at the stage of just getting people on a consistent flow to the blog. Once I keep that then I would love increase :) Looking forward to your next goal achieved!
I have goals, but have only reached the small ones so far. I had hoped that by now (1 year and 6 months) that I would be getting more traffic. It gets discouraging some days, but then I keep going, hoping to hit those big goals soon.
My only goal is not to embarrass myself in the process of spewing my foolishness! Although I would like those that read my blog to leave me more comments. I have quite a few "regulars" but they rarely leave comments. Any advice for that??
To get 500 readers in my RSS feed at This Mama Cooks!, which I did! At one point it was 624 and now it's down to around 496. Honestly, Feedburners goofs around with that number so much on a daily basis that I try not to dwell on it.
I also have monthy monetary goals on what I'm making from blogging and consulting, which I did make this year as well. Blogging has been good to me this year!
Congrats on achieving your goal--that's an impressive one! (That would be a pretty good month for me.) I blog for fun, so I haven't really set any significant goals; I simply enjoy seeing my readership gradually increase--and occasionally spike crazily! I guess my tongue-in-cheek goals would be to get at least 1 hit from 100 different countries (currently 71) and expand my readership in Canada, Europe, and Australia...since according to Cluster Maps I've already made some real inroads there. :-) Oh, and I'd like a second hit from Liechtenstein. I don't know why, but it tickles my funny bone that I had a hit from there. Ok, and ones from Portugal, Malta, and Venezuela, so I have hits from every country I've ever visited...
Wow! That is great!!!! Some days I think that no one looks at my blog. One of my best days was when someone said "Hey I read your blog today." My major goal is to help folks with their weight loss/fitness goals
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