My Most Popular Posts From 2010

I was recently looking through my blogging statistics and discovered that I can see the most viewed posts during that time period. I didn’t know that I could do that. I should spend a bit more time exploring the other features of WordPress.

Like all statistics, they can be a bit skewed. For example, a very popular post published in late December wouldn’t be well represented compared to a post from January. The earlier one would have much more time to be found and indexed in the search engines.

  1. How I Use My iPad for Business
  2. Book Review – Learning SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
  3. The effects of DISTINCT in a SQL query
  4. Interactive Sorting Using a Tablix in Reporting Services
  5. Making Presentations With My iPad
  6. So I Got Promoted, Now What? Stop Doing Your Old Job
  7. My Experience with a Virtual Assistant using TimeSvr
  8. The Power of Regex in PowerShell
  9. The effects UNION in a SQL query
  10. Viewing Missing Indexes in Management Studio 2005

I’m not sure whether or not I would consider these my “best posts of 2010″. I’ll have to think about that. Maybe I’ll post a link to those another time.

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10 Responses to My Most Popular Posts From 2010

  1. Pingback: @joewebb posts My Most Popular Posts From 2010 | sqlmashup

  2. Marsha says:

    hi there, outstanding blog site, and a great understand! 1 for my bookmarking.

  3. Claire says:

    If you add the Google Analytics code to your pages, you’ll be able to overlay traffic from one day, hour, month etc on top of another–then you can really tell which posts performed best.

    • Joe Webb says:

      Thanks Claire! Yes, Google Analytics provides some great insight into what’s really driving a blog! I’ve used it before; unfortunately my current provider doesn’t support it. I may end up moving soon anyway.

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  5. Hey Joe, thanks for the inspiration. I posted something similar last night with a slightly different twist:

    http://sqlblog.com/blogs/aaron_bertrand/archive/2011/01/28/greatest-hits-a-reflection-on-my-2010-blog-posts.aspx

    Cheers,
    Aaron

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