Maybe this is just a blogger thing, but I love to hear about blog statistics of other bloggers. Is that just a blogger thing? Probably. Anyway, I thought it would be fun to do a post of some of my blog statistics. So, pull those pants up real high and get ready cuz this is going to get interesting. Or possibly super boring.
That’s the number of posts I’ve published since I started this blog in November 2010, not including about five that I’ve deleted (like the accent vlog that was going around) because I thought they were lame.
That’s how many comments have been made on the blog since it started. That includes my responses to comments, so they’re probably mostly mine. 🙂
That’s the most comments I’ve received on one post, my first full marathon recap.
That’s the number of American Horror Story recaps that are in my top 20 most popular posts of all time. Incidentally, when I publish a new recap, it has very low page views but the searches for it are high and continue all year long.
That’s how many races I’ve run since starting this blog.
That’s how many of the 23 races I’ve ran that were half marathons. Half marathons 14 through 16 are coming up soon!
That’s how many views my most popular post has gotten since I posted it on April 16, 2011.
That’s how many views my second most popular post has gotten, which is more than my About page. Recently, it has been my most viewed daily post, even if I post something new.
Speaking of About pages, they are usually a bloggers most viewed page. It’s my 6th most viewed.
That’s how many people have found my blog with my most popular search term, “American Horror Story maid.” This is the picture all the pervs are clicking on with that search. Even more people (too many to count without losing sanity) have found my blog from searching a dozen variations of “American Horror Story maid,” like “maid American Horror Story” or “maid from American Horror Story.”
That search term has trumped my second highest search term, “eat watch run.” Yes, there are people that Google search my blog name every day. The fact that anyone can remember to read a blog without marking it as a favorite or putting it in a reader is super impressive to me.
That’s the number of people that have found my blog by searching, “unicorn poop cupcakes.” Tasty.
Alright, that’s all I got for you today. Hopefully you are still awake.
How do you read blogs? (I have all the blogs I read (about 50 of them!) in Google Reader.)