But clearly, not grammar.
So, because it made sense to do so, I ran a full-blown analysis of various social-media data plus book sales to see what was doing me good and what wasn’t.
I tracked my blog views, change in number of Twitter followers, Twitter interactions, and book sales for thirty days, crunched my numbers, and found out some weird stuff.
There was barely any correlation between any of my variables, but while I did have a tiny positive correlation between my Twitter data and my sales, there was a negative correlation between blog views and sales. So, the more people looked at my blog, the less likely I was to sell books that day.
I thought about reconsidering my content, posting more regularly, engaging a broader audience, tagging my posts more carefully, etc. Then I realized this isn’t my fault at all! It’s you crazy people who are viewing my blog! Yes, totally your fault.
Bah. I’m moving to Tumblr!
(But seriously, feedback would be good. I’m always looking to improve, and if anyone happens to have suggestions for interesting posts, improved layout, or missing information, I’m all ears.)