July is the month when I officially came back from my blog hiatus. And to top it off, I joined the Start Experiment, a network of more than 2000 people who have decided to start something. And even though my start has been more of a restart, I have really enjoyed the whole process. It propelled me to post more content here and other blogs.
The month of July also marks the start of Inspiration Wednesday. It’s a series of posts that I’m putting out from curated material that I find online, hoping that it will inspire you and get you out of that funk.
I haven’t published a rundown since March. All the posts that I talk about were visited in July, I’m just letting go of the bug of trying to post all the rundowns from the months that I missed. It’s better this way.
Also, I want to thank Pinterest for generating more blog traffic this month than usual! I think it’s due in a big part to the fact that I joined a shared pin board with tons of followers. That’s always good.
Top 5 Posts Published Prior to July
Posts published before July that did great this month.
- 10 Reasons Why Creativity takes courage
- Have No Fear Of Perfection, You’ll Never Reach It
- Creating Your Church’s Facebook Cover
- Jon Acuff’s New Book Start
- Hillsong United – Zion – Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)
Top 5 Posts Published During July
Posts that were hot this month
- Establishing My Kingdom In The Video Room
- #StartExp Awesomeness
- Inspiration Wednesday 1
- Change It, Influence It, Build Your Own
- That One Dad Rapping Video Brought Somebody Closer To God
Top 10 Keywords
I gotta admit, some of these are pretty normal, but there’s a few weird ones.
- Dad life video Church on the Move
- Kingdom in the video room
- Darth Vader MIB
- Facebook cover photos for men
- Have no fear of perfection you’ll never reach it
- Young Creative Ministry
- Creativity takes courage
- ATEM 1 me broadpanel
- Blackmagic design Decklink HD extreme
Top 10 Countries
I got 79% of my traffic from the US! That’s awesome!
- Unites States (79.73%)
- United Kingdom
Let’s do something, since we’re talking about countries. Where are you visiting this website from? Drop a line in the comment section.