Once again, another year of blogging has come and gone. Our most trafficked, shared, and liked posts were as follows:
While you really have no clue how posts will land or what kind of traffic they will generate after upload, it is interesting to see how posts end up doing by the end of the year. While, you would like all of the posts to go viral and land on the first page of Google, there are so many variables at play for that to happen. So when I push the submit button in WordPress, I basically let go and let God, and the material falls on the screens of where it does.
A good 80-90% of our traffic is still from organic search, and I don’t really imagine that statistic changing in 2021. Our largest readership comes from the United States and the United Kingdom, and not from Canada where the site is operated from.
All of your shares, likes, and connections this year have meant a huge deal to me. I plan on opening up further dialogue with you on YouTube this year, in hopes of answering your questions and covering requested topics in further detail.
2020 was a big year for me when it comes to my Recovery, as I passed 10 years of sobriety. This is a huge deal, considering I started this site when I was early in Recovery as a means of expressing all of my pain, experiences, and hopeful lessons I shared in hopes of helping others.
We have crossed over the 1300 post mark, which is fantastic and is wild to think of considering how many times I have thought about throwing in the towel over the years. Call it a push from God, or whatever you will, but I still feel there is more for me to share with you guys.
As was mentioned earlier in the year, I plan on creating more video content, and to stay in alignment with my intention here is a video for you. I decided to speak on a topic dear to my heart, and hopefully ever-growing.
Let me know if you guys have any questions in the comment section below the video. As usual, much love, and thank you so much for your continued support.