Hello World- the famous words written on my Blog when it was nothing but a word press platform. I think it’s fitting given what I’m thinking about today. Today I noticed something very unusual that has never happened before at Ask Kashlynne. I always share my posts to my personal facebook page. I generally get substantially more likes, shares, and comments on facebook then on the blog itself. Today and last night was the exact opposite. I had all of my views share and likes directly from the blog itself. This begs the obvious question. Who are you people? It’s possible you are all people who know me I.R.L., or not what is even more exciting. Whoever you all are you chose to view, comment, share etc here which is perfectly acceptable.
As a naturally curious person I looked into it. I did what any normal technically inclined person would do. I tried to cyber-stalk you. Well… not exactly… Okay, so I have access to very limited information if you don’t out right sign in with facebook to the blog and leave a comment with your beautiful smiling face to let me know that you were here. But I do have access to some “big brother data”. For instance I can tell what general geographic location you are coming from. The average visits, page view, new people, old people etc.
So I was thinking it is only fair that if you know who I am, I should know who you are too. I’m not asking you to give me any personal information. I would never do that. But just say something once in a while leave me a comment. It could be a question, a concern, something you liked, didn’t like what you would like to see.
****FYI Don’t ask me out or to do anything creepy.This not that kind of place and there is a reason this is a blog and not a vlog and I don’t do live chat ever unless you are my relative living in another state and you already know my skype.****
But seriously. I think this could be good. If I know what people want to hear or in this case read we can get more views more readers and reach more people. Say hi once in a while so I don’t feel like I’m being cyberstalked, by unidentified dots on a map. That is unless of course you are actually cyber stalking me in which case it maybe better for us not to talk at all.