RT @ejdickson: My friends have a dog with separation anxiety and someone suggested they get a dummy while they’re away to make the dog feel…
Another year of blogging has come to a close, and while there have been days where I wonder why I still do this, I’m not going anywhere any time soon.
Pageviews dipped again this year, but only by 5.4%, a far better loss than last years crushing 31.74%. Looking over the numbers, though, it’s amazing how some posts continue to hold on and get visited on a daily basis. (as I have no desire for one particular post to get pushed down in Google rankings, I’m not saying what it is, but it boggles my mind how this one post is now over three-years-old and still going strong.)
One trend that did change this year is at least some of my top 10 posts this year were published in 2011 as opposed to last year not a one of them was posted in 2010. It’s only taken me nearly seven years to figure out what everyone wants to read here! Huzzah!
I want to thank those of you who are regular readers of this site that come back on whatever frequency of visits it is you choose to continually read my ramblings. I know most of what I write these days is about the entertainment industry, but after a full day of writing about technology, I like to get away into something completely unrelated. I’m approaching my seventh anniversary of daily blogging, and it’s all of you who keep me going.
Here’s to a wonderful new year, and lets just hope it’s slightly less (personally) eventful than the last.