Awards/Notifications: 3,000 followers

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With Christmas and everything, I hadn’t noticed that I’ve passed 3,000 followers. My thanks to you all. It’s a pleasure to see the likes and comments and know that people are reading, as well as the joys of reading your blogs and watching them evolve. Just to add something, I thought I’d include a photo of what seems to introduce people to my blog. What posts tend to be most popular for you?

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38 thoughts on “Awards/Notifications: 3,000 followers

  1. Well done on 3000 followers! Based on the ‘search terms’ info for my own blog, a lot of people come across mine either through looking for a list of the best episodes of Dad’s Army, or trying to learn what happened to Claudia Brown from the TV show Primeval. (If you’ve never seen it, the character disappeared in the Season 1 cliffhanger and the show never bothered to explain this properly.) I’d like to think people find interesting things besides those two posts!

  2. Congratulations on passing the 3000 mark, Alex, and congratulations to all your lucky followers and readers, including me. My #1 search term was “superwoman.” Thanks for making life more super!

  3. Congrats! What a coincidence, I published a post today about my most popular posts. Great minds think alike ๐Ÿ˜‰ Awesome that it’s Miss Piggy for your blog ~ she’s a feisty gal!

  4. Well done Alex youve had a great year on your blog this year I’ve learnt lots, watched films I’ve seen on your site and chuckled along, I love your search words bringing people to you, now how to work miss piggy into a blog post ๐Ÿ™‚ (only joking!)

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