It’s been a struggle at times but there was still some money to be made in 2020.
My predictions on the future of travel after the coronavirus pandemic.
I logged in and looked at my blog’s analytics, feeling a mix of panic and fear as I came face to face with the reality of what was happening. Coronavirus wasn’t just devastating for people’s health, it was killing businesses, crushing ambitions and destroying dreams.
A natural progression and ticking off a few dreams…
It’s been a little while since I wrote a personal update on this blog, but I know a few people like knowing what goes on behind the scenes! I definitely do with my blog pals.
In January next year I’ll be celebrating five years of travel blogging. FIVE YEARS! Something which began as a little passion project has developed into my life, my career and my first business (unless you count my entrepreneurial skills as a teenager when I used to wash cars!)
Stats don’t have to be overwhelming! These useful Google Analytics tips for bloggers will help you find all the info you need.
I remember when I first started using Google Analytics. It seemed like a minefield, packed full of information that I’d NEVER need to use. After all my blog was a hobby – did it matter if anyone was actually reading it, staying on it or clicking elsewhere?
Flash forward a few years and not only is my blog my business, I also use Google Analytics more than ever. Anyone else anxiously watch the ‘real time’ users fluctuate up and down?! Or find it weird to see someone find their way to a post from 4 years ago? Oh just me then!