This blog is about to reach a milestone. By, I guess, Friday it will have had 1 million visitors.
Thanks to my awesome PLN for all your support, comments, and interest! When Martin Sketchley persuaded me to start blogging a while ago I never imagined that…
- people would read it!
- trainee teachers would find it useful! So many awesome comments from CELTA/Dip trainees. It means a lot, cheers.
- blogging would lead to professional writing! Trust me – publishers do read ELT blogs.
- I would enjoy blogging!
A few random blog facts/stats…
Here’s what the views are like day-to-day (according to Jetpack):
Here are the typical referrers every month:
Jenni Fogg has contributed a lot to that, many thanks! For those materials writers among you, the LinkedIn referrals are where it’s at!
The teaching blog I most often refer to is Sandy Millin.
Here’s where the visitors have been from this year:
Most viewed post of all time: 30 activities inspired by game shows
Most liked post of all time: Writing for ELT magazines
Most comments: I clearly love coursebooks
Post I most enjoyed writing: Probably Why ELT coursebooks are great
Finally, thanks to the following people for their awesome guest posts:
Nicky Salmon, Michael Walker, Phil Wade, Kirsten Anne.