NaBloPoMO will be harder than i thought
I will be honest — this is the first day of my NaBloPoMO attempt… and I’m failing at figuring out what to write about. Is that sad? Perhaps I am just putting too much pressure on myself to think of something.
WordPress allows me to see the number of people that visit per day, the number of views each post gets, any incoming links that people use to get here, and any links that people click on within my blog. In addition to those things, I can also see the search engine terms that people use in order to come across my blog in the first place.
One thing I thought would be interesting to share with you are some of the search engine terms people use to find my blog. I’m not sure where the connection lies in some of these.
|pirates of ashlen|
|smile by charlie chaplin|
|my face hurts it’s killing me|
|life at twenty two wordpress blog|
|“life at twenty two” blog|
|“at twenty two”|
|soul food pumpkin bread|
|diary of a wimpy kid|
|jokes in diary of a wimpy kid dog days|
|15 oz pumpkin puree bread|
|greatest pumpkin bread with applesauce|
|pics of gregs house in diary of a wimpy|
|all nasty jokes|
|breakfast at tiffany’s costume|
|greg diary of a wimpy kid #4|
|freezing bread pumpkin|
|glaze to put on top of pumpkin bread|
|greg’s face smill from diary of a wimpy|
|my face gets red and hurts|
|my face is breaking out and my back is k|
|diary of a wimpy greg on couch|
|dry face hurts|
|“why do i like glee”|
|“pirates of ashlen”|
|new year’s eve in minneapolis|
|new years eve minneapolis mn|
|my face is so dry it hurts|
|recipe for deviled eggs made with vinega|
|lower half of face splotchy|
|my face is so dry it hurts to smile.|
|downeast maine pumpkin bread, glaze|
All nasty jokes? I am not sure where my blog shows nasty jokes. I am also not sure why anyone would question why they like Glee… it is an amazing show, afterall.
I do notice a lot of dry face references and because I suffer from sensitive skin, I will probably write a post concerning how to deal with dry skin. I am battling it on a daily basis (especially in the winter time). I also can’t help but notice that “Pirates of Ashlen” is a search engine term — and my guess is that it’s probably the author, Nick. Hi Nick 🙂
I apologize that I didn’t have anything interesting or thought provoking to say, but lets be honest — I probably don’t post many entries with those qualities. I do feel that after writing every day for a month I will have to push myself outside of my comfort zone consisting of “this is what I did today” and into more unknown territory. That’s what I am looking for.