Finally got some outside traffic from google! I'm very excited... and, I'm not sure where else to post my celebrations. Sorry for the not-too-exciting news, but I'm pretty happy!
good for you, they will keep coming, give it time. feels good, doesn't it?
It was pretty cool seeing that some people had found my stuff from google. It definitely does feel good! And, thanks, dingdong for letting me know I was in the right place! I'm still pretty new!
by Jacob Horning7 weeks ago
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