Reader Profiles – Pooja

Pooja’s a complicated kitty, and complicated kittens are kind of difficult to write about so I’m not even going to bother because actually, she does a better job all by herself on her About Page on her WordPress Blog (don’t click on the About Me page on her Gravatar (see link below) because it’s broken). From there you can discover:

  • What she looks like (although there’s a better picture on her Gravatar)
  • The things she blogs about
  • The places she has roots and branches in
  • Her favourite musicians, books, TV shows, movies and interests
  • The social media platforms she uses
  • Her contact details and
  • How insanely popular she is (642 likes and 386 comments and rising on this page alone).

This is a girl/woman who likes to put herself about. And I mean that in the best possible way. And I think that I just found out why: it’s her job! (possibly, maybe probably)

I started to look on the links at the top of her blog page and came across one called Want to Collaborate with Life’s Fine Whine? (lifesfinewhine.com is her blog’s URL and it’s a pun Pooja's Bannernot a misspelling) When I clicked on it I found out that she sells her considerable talents for money! I’ll let you read for yourself what she can do for you but with over 8,000 (this needs updating considering what I say down below) followers, it’s likely that you’ve already met her.

When you get into her posts, her resemblance to a business mogul is even more pronounced. The latest post (as of Oct 15 2019) is called How Much Money Can You Make Blogging In 2019 & How To Make More? I automatically clicked on the Like button, because who doesn’t want to know about that sh..tuff, right?

Couldn’t resist looking at the second post (Quotes About Mental Health) and I clicked the Like on that one too; there’s some sound advice there and also the opportunity to give money to the author using a variety of credit cards. With 159 Likes on this post, even if only 10% of them gave a single dollar, that’s (counts on fingers) almost sixteen dollars donated. Da*n, why don’t I start doing this?!

I’m always interested in the readership claims on people’s blogs. Pooja has a little banner on her right hand column that says Join 13,548 other followers. Impressive, right? But how many followers does she really have? *smiles sneakily*

To find out, I fired up my own WordPress site then clicked on Reader at the top. Then I typed ‘lifesfinewhine’ into the search bar, looked for her blog on the right of the screen, clicked on it and the blog opened a list of her posts within the Reader. At the top right of that page is the number of followers that WordPress thinks she has, which in this case is 11,463.

I’m not sure why there’s a difference, but there generally is. Still, that’s a healthy following compared to my own desultory 1,164. And no, I don’t mean that I think that you are desultory; I mean that my flow of followers in slow compared to Pooja’s.

And what I really mean is well done, gurl!

So, yeah, that’s Pooja: a multitalented, polyglottal, wide-ranging force of nature who is available for your reading and viewing pleasure right now!

Click, click, click!

12 thoughts on “Reader Profiles – Pooja

  1. Wow I am so honoured that you did a whole profile on me that is so cool! Thank you for your kind words! Blogging is unfortunately not a full time job for me yet but I am hoping it will be someday. Oh and the difference in following is because when you check through your reader you only see the WordPress followers I have and when you check on my site you see the WordPress and email followers. Thanks again!!

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