2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 10,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 17 years to get that many views.

Click here to see the complete report.

Author: Jo-Ann Carson

Jo-Ann Carson writes a saucy mix of fantasy, adventure and romance. Her latest stories are in the Gambling Ghosts Series: A Highland Ghost for Christmas, A Viking Ghost for Valentine’s Day, Confessions of a Pirate Ghost and The Biker Ghost Meets his Match. An anthology of the novellas will be coming out this summer. Currently she is working on Midnight Magic, A Ghost & Abby Mystery, the first book in a spin-off series from her Viking ghost story. Jo-Ann loves watching sunrises, playing Mah Jong and drinking good coffee. You can chat with her on social media: You can find all her links on her website - http://jo-anncarson.com

2 thoughts on “2012 in review”

  1. This was fascinating, Jo-Ann, especially since I’ll probably go with Word Press for my blog. It seems to be easier to use to me than Blogger. I had to laugh at the stats on who all chatted. I not only chatted the most, but under two different names. LOL Not sure how that happened. It’s really cool for them to be able to give you that info.
    GEM State blog had a post and discussion about the folks who stop by, but don’t post. The lurkers! Happy New Year.Do you put a message on FB or Twitter when you blog? I don’t go to twitter too often, but could make a point to look and could Share on FB and retweet for you.


    1. Marsha
      I love your comments.
      Unfortunately many people I know prefer to read and I either talk or email me separately. So, while I love comments. I’m happy to be followed by so many people. For a beginning writer that is pure magic.
      Yes I am a twit and an FB person and announcements about my blog go out on each. And yes, I’d love any promotion you want to send my way.
      Can’t wait to see your blog. The best advice I had in the beginning was to jump in, and then figure it out. It’ like cold water. You have to get used to it before you can feel comfortable swimming, and no amount of looking at it does the trick.
      Again, thank you for your words of wisdom and kind support.
      Best Wishes


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