I’ve been doing a bit of analysis on my blog hits over the last few months and have noticed that the number of daily hits on my blog has been fairly consistent, although it has increased in the last year.
Having said that there have been some days when there has been a huge surge in the number of hits my blog has had. So this got me wondering what was so special or different about those days? Well the answer became clear quite quickly after I checkout the first few days that there were a large number of hits…those days were days on which I did not blog about religion/christianity or my faith, they were days when I blogged about sport, life, films, family, health etc with no mention of God!
Isn’t it sad that people seem to be more interested in reading or learning of other people’s experiences/thought on anything but God.
So do my findings mean I’ll be changing my target audience for my blog? Most definitely not!
I may not have started blogging with the intention of blogging nearly every day about my faith, religion or christianity, however I have found I’ve that’s exactly what I do blog about nearly every day of the week! I believe God wanted and needed me to share my faith and my experiences with you all through my blog, however you have probably noticed that I do try, usually once a week (normally a Saturday), to blog on a completely different topic, and it’s these blog posts that seem to attract a large number of readers.
I hope that as I continue to blog, those who read my non-christian blog posts might be interested or curious enough about my other posts, to have a read of them too. I pray that everyone who reads any of my blog posts may be challenged in their relationship with God, and may be encouraged to find out more about God and what He can do for you.
This blog would be pointless without you the reader, so I’d like to say a big thank you to you for reading…I’d love if you came back and read some more of my blog posts.