|Most popular blogging event|
A couple of days ago, I received an e-mail from Pinterest with a summary of what the audience I have, most like to check out and pin. The areas were: Travel, Healthy Snacks and DIY Crafts! Travel I have and I do have boards for Decorating ideas and Cleaning, but Healthy Snacks? Did they really check out my boards?
|Miramar, Archduke Ludwig Salvator's home in Majorca|
The boards I have are: The Content Reader (where I post pictures from my posts), Outlander (being a fan of both the books and the TV-series), Beautiful Book Stores (always a pleasure to look at pictures from such stores), Haworth and the Brontës (favourite writers and Haworth is a really nice place), Nature (where I post my own photographs), Clothes (dresses) from old times (always have loved these beautiful dresses from gone days), Blogging tips (always useful and there are so many, so difficult to remember them all), Cleaning (yes, I have become a cleaning tornado, doing my own detergents and feel very professional doing it), Decorating ideas (for a future apartment?). Not much to connect to Healthy Snacks and Crafts!
My idea with the blog is to write posts about subjects that I am interested in. In this way, I hope to find all of you out there who are interested in the same things. Some times you have an idea that a certain post will be more interesting the others, but when you look at the most popular posts, this is not always the case. Mind you, the list of popular posts are directly accessible, so that might make people click on them. I decided to check out which 5 posts per year have been most popular. I only have statistics back to 2014 so the list covers all of 2014 and until August of 2015. Here are the two lists:
1. Archduke Ludwig Salvator and his Majorca
2. Paris in July - Paris was Yesterday, 1927 by Janet Flanner
3. Paris in July - Paris and Curry (A French reference to the book 'Curry - A Global History' by Colleen Taylor Sen)
4. The Search for Richard III - The King's Grave by Philippa Langley and Michael Jones
5. Paris in July - Paris was Yesterday, 1933-34 by Janet Flanner
1. Jane Austen and Food by Maggie Lane
2. Poldark series; Ross, Demelza, Jeremy and Warleggan by Winston Graham
3. Future Learn - England in the time of Richard III
4. Paris in July - My French Dinner
5. Paris in July 2015 - introduction
A very quick summary shows that Paris in July month, this year hosted by Tamara at Thyme for Tea, gathers the most interest. This is also my favourite blogging event, so it makes sense. I am also happy to see four posts on history or historical novels with Archduke Salvator in Majorca (this is really a big happy surprise!), references to Richard III and the Poldark books. The rest are left for food with Jane Austen, Paris and Curry and My French Dinner.
The overall most popular posts are Jane Austen and Food, Poldark, Archduke Salvator and Paris in July with Paris was Yesterday, year 1927.
|Appetisers for my French Dinner!|
Do you have any indications on what is most popular on your blog?