A bunch of flowers for those of you still dealing with snow… part 5…


While we look at these lovely flower pictures that I took when Olivia and I were at the park the other day, can we talk about real stuff?


Well, not real stuff, but blog stuff.


I mentioned in a post recently that WordPress seems to be dying.


Everybody I ask says their stats are lower than last year. I get lots of likes, but way fewer comments than I used to.


Hey, I know it isn’t me… or my blog… I haven’t become less interesting.


Do people actually come to our blogs anymore? Or are they just commenting on individual posts without seeing even our main blog pages.


I do know that a lot of people that I really liked have left the blogging world, or only stop by now and then.


Are we wasting our time here? Are we the last rats on a sinking ship?


Just something to think about.


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12 Responses to A bunch of flowers for those of you still dealing with snow… part 5…

  1. Al says:

    I’ve noticed mine are lower, but that’s because I post a lot less than I used to. I also don’t post photography any more due to not being able to lift my camera often.

    I try to visit as often as I can.

  2. Hmmm… My stats are through the roof. But I never got that many likes. And yes, the comments are drying up. I think the key is, only do it if it’s fun. When it starts to be a chore, stop.

  3. The Hook says:

    You’re doing God’s work, thawing my frozen Canadian heart…

  4. List of X says:

    I think our stats drop when we don’t visit other blogs as much and don’t find new blogs to follow. I haven’t been reading (and posting, actually) as much, and my stats dropped somewhat. But I noticed that I’ve almost stopped seeing you on other blogs I follow, and if you have actually cut down on the reading and commenting, that could really hurt your stats, because that’s how new people can find you. That’s how I found you, by the way.
    And I’m not complaining, because if there’s one blog where I definitely see you a lot, it’s mine. 🙂

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