Five Months and Fifty Posts
This is my 50th quit smoking post on this site. This has all been achieved in just over 5 months. It has been hard but satisfying work. I confess, I’ve enjoyed writing these posts and have learnt a lot about smoking cessation and the quit smoking process. I’m proud of my achievement. This site represents my first foray into the world of blogging. Six months ago I didn’t know what a blog post was; I suppose I’ve come a long way. In addition, I’ve written about 50 quit smoking articles for several online magazines, including Suite 101, Street Articles and Ezine Articles. I wrote these articles to support and link to my website. This has also been hard work. Together all this adds up to over 50,000 words dedicated to help people to quit smoking. I would have liked to have seen more visitors to my website. My inexperience as a blogger and article marketer has no doubt contributed to my lack of success.
Fifty posts and 50 articles represent a solid body of work and I think it is time for me to move on. Whilst I would like to continue with this project, the reality is that I don’t have enough time and energy to continue to contribute on a regular basis to this site. I’ve decided to initiate new projects and shortly I’ll be setting up a further two websites. These new projects will require all my resources and I won’t be able to continue writing articles and blogs in support of my quit smoking website. So sadly, this is my 50th and likely to be my last post on this site.
I would like to thank all those kind folk who took the time to post encouraging and positive comments on my site. They really helped especially when my motivation was flagging. I hope I have helped some in their quest to become smoke free. If the information on this site has helped in any way to convert a single smoker into a non-smoker, then I will be content.
By the way, just because I won’t be posting on this site doesn’t mean I won’t be visiting it from time to time. I will always find time to answer questions and comments from visitors. It would be great if visitors could take the time to leave their own inspirational quit smoking stories. I would like to compile a collection of stories and then post them as an article on this site.
Anyway, thanks again gentle readers and remember: stay smoke free.