You've got to see this!

posted Nov 20, 2015, 6:38 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:52 AM ]

You have got to see this

 

Look at this graph:

It is the Google Analytics of my site.  I’ll translate it for you.  As you can see I’ve been hovering at the bottom of the graph with 3, 4 up to 7 visitors.  Then November 16th I had 24 and yesterday November 18th I had 70 visitors and my percentage of returns was very close to 50 percent since I had a core group that visited over and over and that dropped to 39% because of all the new visitors.

 

This is wonderful and I am ecstatic.  Websites take an extreme amount of savvy and know how in spite of all the new software out there to make it easy.  One always has to deal with HTML it seems even though they should not have to be able to do that.

 

Additionally, operating a blog and cranking out articles (for me almost every day) you choose your own schedule; however, if you want people to return over and over you have to crank them out because Content is King!

 

Without great content there is not great site or blog.

 

If you need any help I would love to help you, Dear Writers; and I will help you with anything I am capable of, a listening ear, your website, your blog, your novel or book or story or whatever you would have me help you.

 

This will at the same time I am helping you will be helping me be a better coach and editor.

 

Write Coach service (Donations accepted) - Contact me at dalanbinder at gmail dot com or

ab3ring at juno dot com

 

Do the social thing and like this blog to your friends and family; recommend it often, I’d

appreciate it.  See the social tab.

 

Even further feedback and tips are appreciated, see the Tip Jar tab.

Tips from $1 to $110 are definitely appreciated.

Now I've been told by professionals that this old website requires an upgrade.  In order for this to happen a benefactor will be required.  Benefactors please contact me before your donations of $1000 to $10,000 or more.

Thanks so much to all of you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It is the Google Analytics of my site.  I’ll translate it for you.  As you can see I’ve been hovering at the bottom of the graph with 3, 4 up to 7 visitors.  Then November 16th I had 24 and yesterday November 18th I had 70 visitors and my percentage of returns was very close to 50 percent since I had a core group that visited over and over and that dropped to 39% because of all the new visitors.

 

This is wonderful and I am ecstatic.  Websites take an extreme amount of savvy and know how in spite of all the new software out there to make it easy.  One always has to deal with HTML it seems even though they should not have to be able to do that.

 

Additionally, operating a blog and cranking out articles (for me almost every day) you choose your own schedule; however, if you want people to return over and over you have to crank them out because Content is King!

 

Without great content there is not great site or blog.

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This is wonderful and I am ecstatic.  Websites take an extreme amount of savvy and know how in spite of all the new software out there to make it easy.  One always has to deal with HTML it seems even though they should not have to be able to do that.

 

Additionally, operating a blog and cranking out articles (for me almost every day) you choose your own schedule; however, if you want people to return over and over you have to crank them out because Content is King!

 

Without great content there is not great site or blog.

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