it’s like WordPress read my mind

no kidding…… I was just creating a post and checking my stats first.  I love my stats, even tho they aren’t really big (yet).  While I was running my cursor over the individual days, I wondered it there was a way to see if I posted that day and,  wala….. I come back later and now the cursor shows what post I uploaded that day.  How very, very cool of

Rainbow over Lama


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7 Responses to “it’s like WordPress read my mind”

  1. thelocalguide Says:

    It was a nice update idd 🙂
    Hope they keep up the good work


  2. shoreacres Says:

    I just discovered that about an hour ago – I think they just started it today. It is cool. For one thing, it makes it really easy to see how many days after a post the hits start going down. You could do it before, but it wasn’t so easy.

    And that’s one fine rainbow, for sure. I just love your photography.


  3. CheyAnne Sexton Says:

    I hope so too


  4. CheyAnne Sexton Says:

    thanks girl. The rainbows are a challenge


  5. The Stock Solution - photos | clipart Says:

    CheyAnne, this is a lovely rainbow “stock photo”. BTW, how are your sales doing at Red Bubble? I’m thinking of switching from CafePress to RBubble – what’s your recommendation?


  6. CheyAnne Sexton Says:

    thanks for visiting leaving a comment. I would say join RedBubble because it is an awesome site for friends of like interests. Everyone is very supportive and helpful. It’s way better than flickr because you don’t have to do so many of this or that to join the different groups, but as far as sells………. I haven’t sold one single thing and I’ve been on for a year with time off during the summer (in the northern hemisphere) (Red Bubble is an Australia based business). If you like to interact and make comments, get feed back and look at amazing works, then RedBubble is the place to be. How is CafePress btw?
    Peace n Abundance


  7. The Stock Solution - photos | clipart Says:

    I have made several sales on CafePress, but you have to promote you pages there to get those sales. Very few of those sales are self-generated by the site itself.


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