Afternoon #warmongers and #warhammercommunity pageviews are still something I only note as a milestone, rather than an aspiration. I knew this was coming up but I only just spotted it had hit it [like when I missed the 40,000 miles on my car's odometer actually on the way to Warhammer World!]. I'm not even 100% confident of what this 2,000,000 actually is, given Google analytics and AdSense show very different numbers. I'm curious because I like understanding the data but I can't deny blogger claiming I've hit two million feels impressive.
The blog continues to tick over and although the amount of hobbying I'm able to do at the moment may limit how much I post, I don't think I'll ever give it up now. In fact, given how much effort I put into this I'm even going to include 'blogger' in my LinkedIn profile! I've been doing this for over a decade afterall, I think that deserves some personal recognition. I should stop feeling I need to keep this separate or even be embarrassed about it in a professional capacity. Lets face it my 23 year's experience, various accolades, skills and too many projects to count isn't causing employers to fall over themselves at my door to 'head-hunt' me. I can't imagine including a blog about toy soldiers will do me any harm now.
I'm incredibly grateful for all the true visitors I receive. Thank you everyone for your continued support and proof that blogs still mean something compared to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram. Obviously I do use them, but I still find this blog my favourite way to share my hobby. Anyway, for those that are still keeping track on their own blogs, and in need of GW themed numbers, feel free to go back to my 1 million post. It's taken me almost 5 years to do what originally took 6 - there's no 'exponential growth' here, just peaks, troughs and milestones 😜