My Top 10 Posts in 2012

Happy New Year 2013Well, it is the last day of 2012 – what a fantastic year it has been with the Olympics, the Paralympics and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. And on top of all that I managed to add 827 posts to my site in the past 12 months. Not all written by me, I admit, as I did have the excellent support of some guest bloggers who appear in my “Articles” section – thanks to all of them for their support in the year.

But what did you like the most? Which posts did people read more than others? The results are in and as you will see, some of them date back a couple of years, showing that blog posts have a long lifetime if they are good.

Here are the Top 10 posts which attracted the most readers in 2012:

20 Things Google Likes on Your Website

When Did The World Wide Web Start?

What is The Best Blogging Software to Use?

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Google Adwords

How To Make a Million Online

Social Media Profile Pictures Are More Important Than Your Text

Profile Pictures Online Should Be Baby Faced

12 Facts About Graham Jones

Four Free Open Source Shopping Carts Compared

Princess Diana and Bin Laden Are Both Alive and Well

This is an interesting mix of items which received the highest readership this year.

So, what was the least popular item you might ask? Actually, that’s an item I only added to my website recently and which I haven’t yet publicised. So by mentionining it here it might well appear in theTop 10 of 2013…!

The Web Success Scorecard

Have a great 2013 – Happy New Year.

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