What made you look at my Blog?

Every few days I have a look to see if anybody has read my recent posts and am often surprised for two reasons – the first is that not many people have visited my blog and the second is that so many people who have visited are from countries which do not have English as a mother-tongue.

My most recent non-English as a mother-tongue readers are from China . Now, I know that many Chinese people speak English because it is so important in today’s commercial world but I don’t know why they would find my posts interesting. The same applies to the UAE and Bangladesh, although those places’ views seem to have tailed off during 2021.

If you are from a non-English-speaking country and have come to my blog pages for any reason, please write and tell me what it is that interests you. I would like to write more articles that you find interesting.

Also, thanks to everyone who reads my posts. You all make taking the time and making the effort, so worthwhile!

The White Haired Woman

About Candy

I am 74, was a teacher, then a dealer in antiques and collectables. When I retired to the seaside I started website selling antique and vintage games and wooden jigsaw puzzles. Now, I'm spending my time blogging, gardening and making oil paintings.
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3 Responses to What made you look at my Blog?

  1. Hi Candy,

    I read your blog via email so you won’t get my stats and any from others who subscribe. Just thought I’d mention it.

    Have a great weekend,

    Damien

    Sent from my iPhone

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    • Candy says:

      I knew that, Damien! It’s just that when I see that in 2020, 120 views of my posts were from China, I wonder why. It’s not as though I post beautiful photos like you do!

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  2. I.V. Greco says:

    I don’t know if my comment came through, so sorry if I’m repeating. I usually get drawn in by titles and opening lines. I just came on WordPress not that long ago and I also get likes from some unexpected places. Most people, I think, may look at something fleetingly and decide they like it (I particularly like comments, but I know there isn’t always time for that.) I think there may be a few who maybe looking for followers and likes in return. I must say though that since I joined, I am enjoying what I read, but I’m sure there’s a lot more out there that I just don’t come across.

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