More Than Numbers: blogging for people, not stats by @TrinaHolden

In this little 24 page ebook I give you a glimpse of my first 5 years of blogging, and some of the beautiful and embarrassing lessons I learned about blogging for people instead of stats.


  • …you are a blogger who has ever been discouraged by your stats
  • …you desire to make a difference with your blog no matter its size
  • …you are interested in practical ways to love your readers well

…then you’re gonna love this book!

It’s FREE, and a quick read for anyone who needs a reminder of why they’re writing/blogging in the first place. The feedback we’ve gotten on this little book (based on the talk I gave at Allume 2012) has been such a blessing–many bloggers have been encouraged to write words, to tell their story, and to seek to impact God’s kingdom no matter how small their blog.

I just read your ebook, and I thought it was great. I love your writing style, and the message is spot on. It really spoke to me. I’m one of the smaller than the small bloggers, and I’ve recently been thinking about putting more energy into my blog. Your ebook has reminded me to keep my priorities straight at a time when I was tempted just to concentrate on growing my blog rather than focusing on the readers I already have.

This is a gorgeous book, Trina! Thank you so much for sharing your story and your insight. I have struggled with this, too. I never want it to be about the numbers, but it’s hard to always remember! I’m keeping my blogging mission statement in view to remind me each and every day.

Get your own copy today!

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