Thursday, December 30, 2010

Top Content for 2010

Looking back at my blog for the year, I started with google analytics.  I naively thought at least one of the current year’s post would be in the top ten visited for the year.  Not so for my blog.

The home page is the most visited, followed by these six:

Inverted Nipples (November 5, 2007)

Panniculectomy vs Abdominoplasty (December 13, 2007)

Skin Complications from Drug Abuse (December 9, 2007)

Glomus Tumor (October 29, 2007)

Flexor Tendon Repair (July 10, 2008)

Le Fort Fractures (January 17, 2008)

The others referenced in the top ten analytics were simple archive searches, not specific posts:

January 1, 2008 archives

October 1, 2007 archives

August 1, 2007 archives

 

I enjoyed the ones I did with 55 words or less.  I hope to do more of them in the coming year.

Mother’s Wisdom

Joy

Elated

Her Scar’s Story

Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Not Here to Judge

6 comments:

gurdonark said...

Weblogs are funny, because it's hard to predict, sometimes, what posts will inspire readers and comments and what posts will go into the ether.

Margaret Polaneczky, MD (aka TBTAM) said...

Also enjoyed the short ones. May try something like that myself,

Looks like another good year on a fabulous blog!

Heres to a happy and healthy new year for all!

DrV said...

For the non-medical audience, 'inverted nipples' constitutes linkbait....

rlbates said...

Thank you Robert and Peggy. Dr V, I didn't intend it to be.

BrainDame said...

I enjoy all your posts-the mix of craft, medicine, emotion, insight is fabulous. Hope 2011 is filled with health and peace.

rlbates said...

Thanks. Happy New Year to you too