Stats-Analysis

Greetings, fellow Participants,

 “Day Four: Give ‘Em What They Want”

 Today’s assignment: do a basic stats analysis to help you create an editorial calendar for the next 30 days.

 My stats shows zero visits to my blog for months now, and this is because (1) I have not been blogging using my WordPress Site, and (2) it will take some time for to build as audience….that is in sync with my theme, namely, “Redemption by the precious Blood of Christ.” [1Peter 1:18-19]

However, under the caption Insights, I have learnt that Saturday is the main day when most visit my Site, and at 10:00 AM. This is an important because with this intelligence I have to make certain that I post my message at least by Friday each week. Thanks to Blogging U Guidelines.

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 Day One: Set Three Goals

“Today’s assignment: consider what you want to accomplish with your blog. Write down three concrete goals.”

 My fellow Participants, I took this opportunity to present my Day One Assignment to the Commons, and I would very much appreciate a feed back on how it is presented on your device/s, as well as any other comment. I thank you kindly.

Please click the Link below:
https://blessupebookstore.wordpress.com/2015/09/18/assignments-blogging-university/

 

 

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