As you might have noticed, this is not a personal blog. Even though I am guilty of sneaking in a few pictures of my kids or my knitting, for the most part this blog is about connecting knitters and charities. From the very beginning, I decided to feature a few local non-profits and to give detailed information about their wooly needs. That is why I am happy to see that people find my site by typing phrases like “shelter blanket knitted squares”, or “purple hats for babies”, or “halifax ns charity knitting” in the search engines. That means that it served its humble purpose, and hopefully someone found it useful.
Today I opened the report page and, as usual, looked at the search engine terms. One of them was “olha knitter’. I just started laughing because, well, that’s me. But also I was so glad that someone identified me as a knitter and, more importantly, found me in this enormous ever-expanding thing called Internet just by putting those two words together.
Flattered by this recognition, I wondered for a moment if I should share some more personal knitting or an occasional knitting story… but then decided that still, it is not a personal blog. It’s just too easy to get carried away and than one day you will read that I had coffee in the morning, and realize that it’s time to unsubscribe. However, today I will share something special, the website statistics, so that you know you are in good company.
I want to thank all my 149 followers, all visitors who clicked more than 107 000 times on the blog’s pages, all commenters, and of course all knitters who knit for others. This site is for you and about you, dear charity knitters. Thank you.