I started writing this blog a little over two years. I'm getting close to my 500th post. This past summer, I added the feedjit feature to the right to help me figure out who my anon poster was...He deleted his feedjit - I never figured it out - I was a little bummed about that because I'm as nosy as heck - but whatevs... Someone out there in the world doesn't agree with me - boo hoo for me ...
What I dig most about the feedjit tracker is that I'm finding out what are my post popular posts are. My most widely read post is my "Sewing with Nancy" post. There's a lot of people who want to know if Nancy had a stroke - and NO - She has/had Bells Palsey - which is sort of like a stroke. Mostly people want to know more about Nancy - because lets face it - she's awesome, and they use my blog to find out more about her health.
My second most often read post is my Someone Who Matters post about writing assignment I gave my students my first year of teaching. This post has traveled around the world several times. I'm glad. I like that post too. I loved reading the kids' master pieces. I've seen feedjits from Canada to Panama on that one. I like that readers from around the globe see a small glimpse of the classroom I'm going to miss so much this fall.
Other posts that seem to go around are collections from April 2009 and July 2009. I like that I get a lot of traffic from Teacherscribe's blog too -
I'm glad I added the feedjit. My blog isn't Dooce or The Pioneerwoman or even Penelope Trunk - but it sure gets around.