If there’s anything the medical world taught me, it’s that statistics are often useless. They are only as good as the question being asked and the instrument used to measure the response, and they seldom help at the level of the individual.
Nevertheless, I thought a bit of blog analysis would be cool.
Numbers may not reflect “Best Quality” posts and will be biased towards the latter part of the year when Tartitude’s audience grew. Also, I removed the post most sought by the pornbots for “sexy mans” or related terms.
Top 10 Posts for Tartitude in 2009, Sorted by Number of Hits, in Descending Order
And the #1 post for 2009, according to hit rate:
Top 10 Posts for Tartitude in 2009, Sorted According to Number of Comments
Tied for 9th and 10th place:
Tied for 6th, 7th and 8th place:
Tied for 3rd and 4th place:
So, according to the above numbers, I believe this place is most popular when I:
- demonstrate resilience, as it pertains to writing
- demonstrate discouragement, as it pertains to writing
- indulge in irony (see above two points)
- threaten to spank Bane
- expose my idiosyncracies
- use your collective wisdom to find sexy men for Dawn (which she ignores anyway)
- mock Sarah Palin
- brag about my husband
I myself have a wee fondness for the Hope Series, particularly the Finale.
Also the post in which I blame you for my growing ego.
Then there was the post where I posted my own vision of writerly courage.
Is that about it? Have you any other verdicts? Any posts you feel shouldn’t be on the above lists? Any you wish had made one of them?