My GardenMuse blog has been Freshly Pressed today!

27 01 2011

Each weekday WordPress selects about ten new blog posts for the “Freshly Pressed” section of the WordPress.com homepage. According to WordPress: These posts represent how WordPress can be used to entertain, enlighten, or inspire. Getting promoted to Freshly Pressed is a major traffic win because WordPress.com receives a high volume of page views. And, we have a feed set up so people can subscribe to Freshly Pressed. Why do we do all this? It’s our way of saying we like you. We really like you.

I awoke this morning to more than a dozen comments on my garden blog, http://www.gardenmuse.wordpress.com. Several of the lovely visitor comments ended with either, “congrats on the feature” or “congrats on being FP.” FP? What is an FP? Then I realized they were congratulating me on being “Freshly Pressed.” I went directly to the main WordPress.com homepage and voila! I had been Freshly Pressed. Thanks for making my day, WordPress!



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9 responses

27 01 2011
acleansurface

Congratulations, indeed. Beautiful clematis shot.

27 01 2011
Val Erde

Well done!
🙂

28 01 2011
thekingoftexas

Muy bien hecho!
(De Miguelito en Tejas!)

30 01 2011
Giiid

Well deserved! Congratulations!

31 01 2011
donwhitten

A big congrats Cindy. Keep up the great work.

Don

31 01 2011
Carsten

Congratulations Cindy. Your blog with all the beautiful photos deserves all the attention possible.

8 02 2011
Engagement Ring

Hello, I found your weblog in a new directory of blogs. I don’t know how your site came up. Your blog looks great. Have a nice day.

8 02 2011
huffygirl

Well deserved. Lovely photos.

26 02 2011
Engagement Rings

I really like your blog, the way you create posts and topic you covered are purely amazing. I understand how difficult it is to get the website visitors interested. I have made a decision to include your blog to my blog list.

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