When I first started writing this blog about teaching English in a foreign land I didn’t expect to get such a great response. As I go into my ninth month writing Teaching English in a Foreign Land has received almost 18,000 page views, a number I could have only dreamed of.
|Thanks for Reading
Here’s a list of the most popular blogs posts so far.
A Massive Thanks
Yeah, I know, it sounds cheesy, but I never expected so many people to be interested in what I have to say about teaching English abroad. I’ve really enjoyed writing this blog and aim to keep writing as long as people keep reading. I’d like to say a huge thanks to i-to-i, mainly Katie, but also the team for their support and interest in my writing. Thanks for publishing my blogs on your site and providing me with over 1,000 referral hits.
What do you want to read about?
What I’d like to ask is if there is anything specific you’d like me to write about? Whether it would be life in the classroom, how to get a job, how to do a TEFL CV, or just tales of teaching? Drop a comment below to let me know. If you’re interested in writing a guest blog then let me know too. If you not already, then follow me on Follow @Bazteach. The main idea behind this blog is to add value to TEFLer’s lives while having a bit of a laugh. I’m certainly having fun writing, so keep on reading and be on contact.
I’ve been trying to publish my travel narrative book for about a year now but it looks as if I might be going down the self publishing route. If you like my posts then I’m guessing you’ll like my book too. I’m setting a launch date for around August, before I get cracking on my DELTA.
Anyway, just to say thanks to everyone for reading; it’s really inspiring having so many people read my blogs.