Would you like to know what the all-time most viewed post is on this blog? Bet you won’t guess…
Is it about the sadness I felt after talking with a former neighbor for the last time? Read about it HERE.
Is it about the giddy feeling I felt when I realized we’d accidentally stolen something with no way of returning it? Read about it HERE.
Is it about the pride I take in my positive approach to social media that does not include following people who I dislike? Read about it HERE.
No. No. Nope.
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The most viewed post on this blog is: The Deer Ate My Pansies
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It’s viewed almost year round because deer and pansies live in both hemispheres, thus this post is popular in both the spring and the autumn wherever you might live.
Who’d of thunk it?
And while I’m asking rhetorical questions, would you like to know why I was thinking about my most viewed post?
Of course you would.
Last week I listened to a webinar called Work Smarter Not Harder: How To Dominate 2019 with Reuseable Content! From it I learned that it’s important to figure out what is your most viewed post & then reuse it [somehow] to get more eyeballs looking at your blog.
Soooo that’s what I’m doing today. Repurposing old content like a social media guru, sort of. Wondering if this idea will work on a personal blog, even kind of sort of.
Yep, I am your personal blogging dominatrix reusing that which is, to engage with &/or command influence over those readers who find this blog and read this post, ostensibly about deer and pansies.