OVER 1,OOO VIEWS FOR MINOR ROLES THAT HAD A MAJOR IMPACT – STEPHANIE FROM ‘THE NAKED GUN’

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Another milestone to celebrate on the site, last month another one of my posts reached over 1,000 views.

From my series of posts Minor Roles That Had A Major Impact published in 2017, this one centred around the Learner Driver named Stephanie caught up in a movie car chase in the comedy The Naked Gun who rises to the occasion.

A classic example of a minor character having a huge effect on the plot and just making an impact in terms of the quality of the performance.

And now some stats for the sake of those who love stats.  The post was originally published 17MAR2017 and closed out 2017 as the 8th most popular post on my blog from 2017 with 89 views. It currently sits at 1,051 views having reached 1,000 views on the  22nd of January this year. The most popular month so far was September 2018 where it accumulated 101 views, the only time thus far it has reached triple digits in a month. That month had a daily average of 3 views. Most days there is at least one view on average. It currently has 16 likes from my fellow bloggers.

I don’t know if these posts appear silly, self-congratulatory or just embarrassing. But I never thought so many people might read any of my post when I started blogging five years ago let alone 1,000 so whenever it happens it feels like something worth noting. I hope you enjoy.

-Lloyd Marken

11 thoughts on “OVER 1,OOO VIEWS FOR MINOR ROLES THAT HAD A MAJOR IMPACT – STEPHANIE FROM ‘THE NAKED GUN’

  1. No, your posts don’t appear “silly, self-congratulatory or just embarrassing.” There is no point in writing unless you have the self confidence or self belief to think that what you are producing is of a good standard.
    I bet you’re the best writer in your house. How about the best in your street ? Or the best in your neighbourhood? Try extending the area bit by bit and just see how far you get!

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