Thursday, March 01, 2012

Secular Perspectives Blog Growth in February

By Gary Berg-Cross

February continued the growth of blog activity on Secular Perspectives. Here are some statistics available to editors of the site.

First a view of this past week shows the jagged path through the week peaking on. The top five blog articles visited are shown below with my January blog of John Dewey getting about as many hits as Edd Doerr’s January blog on Rick Santorum and Opus Dei. Three more recent blogs ranging from the discussions at Rob Boston’s talk to hypocrisy and growth topics round out the week.

A Philosopher for our Times - John Dewey

Jan 6, 2012, 2 comments

67 Pageviews

Rick Santorum and Opus Dei

Jan 16, 2012, 2 comments

61 Pageviews

More Discussion Topics following Rob Boston’s Talk...

Feb 26, 2012, 1 comment

45 Pageviews

Beyond Hypocrisy –True Believers Becoming What The...

Feb 25, 2012, 1 comment

40 Pageviews

Revisiting the Limits to Growth Ideas

Feb 29, 2012

33 Pageviews

Overall February had a bumpy reading pattern with an unprecedented 600+ readers visiting the site to read Edd Doerr’s blog on Rick Santorum and Opus Dei. This readership boosted the site’s numbers to over 7,000 visits this short month. Just four months
ago we had half that number each month. Edd’s blog lead the overall month total with 920 views, almost 3 times that of any other topic. It is interesting to note that some blogs (e.g. on the Vatican and memes) from 2011 still get significant viewing.

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