#MyFriendAlexa – a learning lesson
It’s official I’m out !
Well, to all those participating in Blogchatter’s third season of #MyFriendAlexa, let me assure you that I am officially out of the challenge. I quit this challenge after the first week itself but have still been visiting some of the posts on the reading lists that I manage to track when I get the time.
Let me assure you that this is not going to be another post where I diss this challenge: so you can breathe normally now .
But there are some lessons I learnt from this challenge .
And today my Global Alexa Rank is 670,059 and Indian Rank is 42,414. So even though I’m not part of the challenge, my Rank has dropped 59,717 points!
What was most heartening was that most bloggers commiserated with me and tried to make me understand where I was going wrong with the challenge. Thank you Vasantha, Mayuri, and Shalz for making me see reason.
My post explaining my position got the single largest number of comments I’ve ever had for a post.
Thank you Manas, Akshata, Pratikshya, Holly, Parul, Damyanti, Maheshwaran Jothi, Dr, Amrita, Esha, Shilpa, Sudha Krishnan, arv, AnshuBhojnagarwala, Soumya,Kalpana, Vinodini, Vinitha, Tina, Vartika Gakhar, Sonia Chatterjee, Rubina Ramesh for your comments that were frank. Some of you were sympathetic and some of you weren’t. But I thank you for taking the time from this busy and exhausting challenge to leave your comments on this post.
The Biggest Takeaway
So finally, I am glad I did the challenge for a week because I learnt a lot and met some interesting new bloggers.