Despite of that I still continue to write about things that inspire me to write, may it be readers magnet or not.
Like in every store with slow moving items, I would presume that every blogger also has at least one slow income-generating post. It wasn’t that bad as I see it. Sometimes, what writers like to talk about is not what other people want to hear. Despite of that I still continue to write about things that inspire me to write, may it be readers magnet or not. So ladies and gentlemen, I am proud to present to you my top ten least viewed blogs.
10. The Power of Now. Published on October 7, 2011. I wrote this out of my heart.
9. Different Folks, Different Strokes. Published on October 4, 2011. I wrote a few articles related to this particular subject. Of all those posts, this one came in as least viewed.
8. Just a Silhouette of You. Published on March 12, 2008. This was a poem I wrote in college. I was in literally in tears writing this poem dedicated to my mother, whom I haven’t seen during that time.
7. The Singing Bird on a Blue Tree. Published on March 12, 2008. This is my very first poem that was published in our campus newsletter in college. I was really proud of it despite the fact it hasn’t won over good views in the internet.
6. Amazing Mango Float – My Messy Way. Published November 17, 2011. I still continue to hope its viewership grows. It is really that messy but I tell you it is very delicious.
5. Different Eyes, Different Sights. Published on December 5, 2011. It is still counting. I’m sure in a few days this will be out of this list.
4. The Miner. Published on March 12, 2008. I sent this poem for a contest when I was in college. I do not know the result. Surely it didn’t win though.
3. The Flash in Copperdash Fun Run. Published on April 21, 2011. I had it published in a company newsletter. It brought a little smile on my face though it didn’t have solid web viewership.
2. I See I Smell I Hear. Published on October 7, 2011. These words came to my mind when I was walking on a crowded plant site during shutdown.
1. The Run. Published March 12, 2008. This is a poem about hope and perseverance. I wrote this in college in the verge of experiencing hardships. Unfortunately, until now it only has 6 hard views.
Most of my least viewed blogs are about poems posted in Authspot. Does this imply poetry became every reader’s least favorite? Or is it about Authspot being poor readership magnet?
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