Rosanne Dingli

Rosanne Dingli

Friday, December 31, 2010

My Best Blogs in 2010

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The year is almost over - what a great blogging year 2010 was, too. I came on to Blogger in August and since then acquired quite a few followers, and wrote an average of 1.5 blogs a week. The topics were varied, but most - of course - centred around reading and writing.

My most visited blog was
The Most Beautiful Image in the World

The blog I wrote that got most comments was
Why You Need a Computer-Free Day

The least visited of my blogs was probably
A Very Brief Interview With My Keyboard

The blog with most Australian visitors was
How to Announce a Winner

The blog with most Russian visitors was
6 Things You need to Know about St Luke

The blog I enjoyed writing most was
Venice: A Great Location for a Book

The blog that received most visits from the UK was
Are Controversial Books a Fad?

The blog that attracted most Maltese visitors was
Malta and the New Testament

It was a very enjoyable year, all in all, where blogging was concerned. Here's hoping that 2011 will bring all my readers, followers, fans and friends a great number of amazingly pleasant surprises.

A very happy New Year!

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  1. Great idea for a blog post. Now I can go back and read some of the ones I missed. Happy New Year.


  2. The very same to you, Diane! I was surprised at some of the figures, so I hope you find new stuff there you haven't read yet.

  3. Great statistics. The blog you liked most writing is also the one I liked most reading. Thanks for your manny comments on the glamour granny and all the best for the New Year.

  4. Many good wishes to you for the coming year, Inka - may we blog on forever!

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  6. Very Innovative!
    And I commented on the least visited case it feels "neglected"...!!

    Here's hoping to see more of your wonderful work in 2011!
    Happy, healthy 2011!

  7. The very same to you, Hajra. Here's to a whole lot of successful blogging!

  8. Thanks for your helpful list, Rosanne. Seeing this illustrates how blog visitors "vote" for a topic by their visit. Interestingly, your top view parallels mine: You wrote about a computer-free day, and I wrote about lessening stress. My article on ergonomic office furniture got more hits than usual too. Hmmm. Sounds like editors, poets, and writers may be feeling more than the economic pinch or pinch of deadlines. Some of us contend with pinched nerves too!

  9. Mary - a sore back bears two signs. One, work is being done. Two, too much work is being done.