|OFF-O11| Recognition of Work and Stats

Hello Exam Seekers,

As I’ve mentioned a while ago, I’ve been pretty busy lately. I’ve been working a lot… you know, a teacher’s life: prepare lessons, teach lessons, correct lessons, I mean, homework and tests, and etc.

Also, I’ve been editing the videos for Exam Seekers Youtube Channel – not only editing, but also preparing content, adapting it to scripts, recording, and editing. It is all demanding… I am glad about the results I’ve been having:

Exam Seekers Youtube Channel
Exam Seekers Youtube Channel

200 followers and counting!!!

I do love everything I do, I am not complaining about it. I’ve always thought about preparing this type of content and sharing it with as many people as I could. And I also love teaching. Well, if I didn’t love it none of this would be possible! It is just that… I’m trying to do everything! It’s not easy, especially because I know how relevant my work is!

I don’t know if I’ve told you guys last time I took a break from publishing content. Well, I started working a lot and I didn’t have much time to post new content. Once I had a break, I decided to check the statistics of the blog and I was taken aback when I realized that many people read my content.

Talking about examinations, I mean, telling people that they exist and help and guide people to get the best results are subjects that are relevant. And I was at peace to know that I was doing a good and needed job!

Today, I’m sharing the statistics of 4 years of work:

Statistics of my blog
Statistics of my blog

As you can see, I started posting content in March 2018. Only ten people checked the blog and its content. Of course, as days, weeks, months, and years went by, I wrote more content and more and more people started reading it.

From August 2019 to April 2020, I had to take my first break due to my lack of time. I had changed my routine by changing the schools I used to teach. At this point, many people were reading my content. I was in shock that more than a thousand people had read the content I had produced. Then, I had to take another break from August 2020 to February 2021. The statistics grew even more. I don’t know if it was due to the pandemic and people staying home focusing on studies was part of the reason.

Well, since August 2021 I’ve been producing less content again. And I am so sorry for that. I do miss preparing content and sharing knowledge. This time is due to Youtube. I’m waiting for the Christmas break to be able to focus on creating content here (and there also). However, I do appreciate the support so far:

Statistics of my blog
Statistics of my blog

Almost 4000 views per week and over 500 views per day, and the only thing I have to say is THANK YOU! I do hope I’m helping each and every one of you, guys!

As always, if you have questions, or if you would like to see specific content here, make sure to comment in the comment section below. I appreciate suggestions and every word of support as well.

For those of you struggling to know if what you are doing is right, relevant, and/or recognized – and you cannot check statistics -, asking for feedback is a good way to find out!

Oh… before you leave this page, check out some more stats:

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That’s it for today! Please like the post and follow the blog on:

You can also listen to this post at Anchor!!!

Have a great week,
Patricia Moura

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