Thanks, TIMETRAVELER2, that means a lot. I would add that this was made possible with a huge increase in views from Flipboard this month. Traffic has settled back to previous levels but I do intend doing some work on Flipboard to help promote mine and others work in my niche subject.
You'll see how if you look at her body of work. She creates interesting craft projects, writes excellent instructions for replicating them, and uses her own photos of her professional-looking crafts. Originality is vital to doing well with crafts writing.
Congratulations on reaching your first quarter million Sally - I am so pleased for you, and I hope it gives you the encouragement to head on to the next quarter, and then the next and then the next. Four quarters makes a whole million, and I hope one day you will achieve that. You will deserve it. Alun
I just noticed this thread. Congratulations to you, Sally, for a great accomplishment. And the same to all the others who posted about reaching special thresholds. I recognize a number of you from the forum where we were discussing Flipboard and I think it's great that we found something that has the possible potential to bring significantly more traffic.
On Easter Sunday I finally hit the million views checkpoint. Took a long time to get there, but it was nice reading the email HP sends you on reaching this accolade. This is a good time to thank the staff at HP, no one ever says it enough - they are doing and have always been doing a great job here.
I just realised I'm up to 3,095,000 views. I don't really look at the totals much. It seems like ages ago when I got my 1 million badge. Going at my current rate it'll take about another 11 years to hit the 10 million badge. Ugh!
I am so excited. It should be today (possible) or tomorrow. I am at 994,408 views.After the Google Panda slam I thought it would take forever to get here. I'm going to have a party (seriously) to celebrate.Does anyone here want some bubbly to cyber-toast??Countdown begins.....
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