Not very long ago I installed JetPack on my WordPress theme. Although I have had personal computers since the early 80′s, and being online since the Internet became available where I lived, I do not consider myself to be an expert on anything related to computers and the Internet. Even though I was the network administrator of the construction department of the Augusta Maine office of Verizon, and even though I was heavily involved in writing code with their programmers for designing the system used in the construction department, I know that there will always be new things to learn. One interesting thing about education is that the more I learn, the more I understand that there is a lot more “out there” TO learn!
A couple of days ago, I did a presentation at a networking group about how bloggers can help a website with their marketing efforts. I thought that the presentation was well received, and was hopeful that the information that I shared would be useful to them in the future.
So anyway, imagine my surprise when a couple of days later I received some anonymous but very critical comments on this blog about some of my thoughts on the next update.
These critical comments were delivered by someone too cowardly to provide a real email address so there is no way to attempt any form of civilized discourse. Apparently the person who posted the comments is feeling a sense of competition; feeling threatened by me in some way.
Since in the past my comments have all been from spammers trying to get me to approve their comment so that they can get my Google juice to their site, (although I have no Google juice yet from this site) this leads me to believe that this person made an attempt to look me up personally. No real effort has been made on my part to get the word out that this blog even exists; it is such a new blog that it really is not worth marketing yet. So I find the timing of these hateful, critical comments very interesting.
The JetPack statistics have been instrumental in my detective work about where the hate is coming from. I am impressed with all of the features that it has! I still have a lot to learn, and I am looking forward to learning as much of it as I can! And although I would have hoped for some nice comments on my page resulting from someone reading my posts, I am really quite happy to learn that there really is someone out there that is actually taking the time to read through some of my posts and try to pick them apart! That can’t hurt my traffic stats, can it?
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