Top Blog Posts of 2010

This is the first year that the blog has been independently hosted (i.e., I pay for it, and I can make it look however I want). So I think a Top Blog Posts entry is in order.

Rather than make this subjective, I went through the data and broke down the 2010 top posts from my blog into two categories: Most Page Views and Most Comments. I limited the list to entries I wrote and published in 2010. Note that the data below is as of December 18, 2010.

Top 5 Most Viewed

  1. Two Women: Maybe They’ll Kiss… (1,168 views)
  2. How to Ask Out Your Waitress (629 views)
  3. You Decide: Should I Go on This Date? (565 views)
  4. The Panties Poll (466 views)
  5. The Perfect Woman for Me (432 views; 290 women have taken the poll)

All-Time Best: 10 Fun Facts About Puerto Rico (5,667 views)

Total Page Views for 2010: 70,394

Subscribers: 49

Alexa Pagerank: 4,912,656

Top 5 Most Commented

  1. You Decide: Should I Go on This Date? (90 comments)
  2. The Perfect Woman for Me (81 comments)
  3. The Chase Theory (46 comments)
  4. The Great Wedding Registry Debate (44 comments)
  5. How to Ask Out Your Waitress (39 comments)

7 Responses to “Top Blog Posts of 2010”

  1. T-Mac says:

    Congrats, Jaam. 2010 was a great year. It takes serious dedication to not only think of 5 interesting topics per week, but to actually translate those into an entry. Well done!

  2. Ariel says:

    Interesting that the most viewed and most commented seem to be predominately about women and relationships. Also, I think that Puerto Rico post is artificially over viewed. Its position as most viewed in the side bar means it gets clicked on more, and thus maintains its status.

    • Jamey Stegmaier says:

      Good guesses, but it’s actually because the Puerto Rico post is the one that people find the most on Google searches.

  3. Bob says:

    Your challenge for 2011 is clear: How to weave discussion of buxom beer wenches kissing each other into every post.

    A daunting task, no doubt, but no man is up to it more than you. Happy New Blog Year, Jamey!

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