Hannibal the Cat sound a sleep in one of these "funny/relaxed" sleeping positions widely known by cat owners.
Suddenly I realised, that my little blog about on-going activities in my kitchen and kitchen garden had passed 25.000 page views !!!! This happened Monday 23 April 2012, approx 1½ year after my very first posting on this blog 13 November 2010.
I want to thank you all of you very much for your all many visits in my kitchen life, where you take time from your tight schedule to read about, how I and Hannibal the Cat spend our time. Also a huge thank you for your participation in some of the on-going voting about, when I would like to hear your opinion about, what I should make/bake in my kitchen.
Top 10 of published posts:It is quiet interesting to notice, how the most popular blog post keep remaining to be a posting about another blog mile-stone, so it is actual not a food recipe in any way. It is actually 1½ times more popular than the second most popular posting, which is a recipe on Christmas Candy. It is going to be interesting, if this most popular post can maintain it´s position.
- New mile-stone 200 blog postings
- Christmas Calendar Door 7 - baked marzipan confect
- Tea shopping at Kusmi in Paris
- Caramel cake a la bageLIV
- Fantastic fast-food meal at beta
- Christmas Calendar Door 8 - Daim confect
- Classic Chocolate Cake
- TUC cake
- Preparing for glogg evening tomorrow
- Spaghetti sauce with pepper fruit and sausages
It is also seems like, that you readers are having a sweet tooth like me, as 5 out of the 10 posting are recipes on cakes or Christmas Candy. Only one recipe is relating to plain food stuff like spaghetti.
Since the last mile-stone relating to 250 blog posts I have started to participate in a monthly virtual afternoon tea table hosted by two amazing bloggers from UK. It is great fun for me to be active in this event, which has different theme each month. And sometime these theme are more challenging for me than other month´s theme, but I like a good challenge.
I have also noticed, that I have more and more readers coming from out-side Denmark, where USA accounts for this growth in non-Danish readers. I huge welcome to all my readers coming from around the world. It is great to me to see, how I have readers on all 5 continents :-)
An update on my KPIs for the blog looks like this (In my professional life colleagues and managers are discussing Key Performance Indicators on a regular basis):
Review day: 25 April 2012
Start day - first posting: 13 November 2010
Development on "Hjemmebagt": 73 recipes - 17 accomplished = 56 recipes to bake
Amount of cooking books in my kitchen: 52 books
Page views: 25.000
Publish posts: 391 excl. this
Blogs followed: 18
Page view per country:
- Canada: 1%
- Moldova: 1%
- Norway: 1%
- France: 1%
- UK: 3%
- Russia: 3%
- Germany: 3%
- Portugal: 8%
- US: 16%
- Denmark: 63%