Blog site statistics

I know I haven’t been posting much here lately, for which I have to blame the gorgeous summer we’ve had here in the UK. But I keep an eye on the site stats and am very pleased that my blog gets about 20 visitors every day, with most visitors visiting more than just the page they landed on.

The most frequently read post is the article I wrote “Farm Servant Life in North-East Aberdeenshire” and it’s great to know so many people find it interesting, and helpful in understanding how their ancestors lived.

So my next task for the blog is to write more articles. When I have time, that is, and when the weather finally breaks!

7 responses to “Blog site statistics

  1. I know the feeling, I try to do two blog posts a week but when I’m away for business it’s tough to do even one

  2. By all means enjoy the summer, as winter always looms over us. Now if would only stop raining here.

  3. It was your article on farm servant life in north-east Scotland that led me to your blog and interestingly, a distant family connection through the Hutcheons. Looking forward to your postings.

    • Yes, that article gets a lot of interest and I must find the time to write more articles. Trouble is, I have so many lines on my family tree now I get easily side tracked. One of the downsides of retirement appears to be a sharp reduction in my ability to concentrate on one thing at a time!

  4. I had been searching for information on Angus Agriculteral workers as my Middlton families worked on farms for several generations and your article on farm servant life popped up. Once I saw your site though I was thoroughly distracted by the amount of work you’ve done on your family. I am trying to figure out what to do with my own research which dates back to the 1970’s. What you have done here is quite inspiring.

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