Top Twelve Monthly Blogs of 2011
Posted on December 30, 2011
Having been house bound with a cold and then a stomach bug/poisoning (I will spare you the detail) since Wednesday, I have little to elaborate on since my most recent blog. With that in mind, I have decided to publish a monthly run down of the most popular blogs I have written this year. When I say popular, I mean the blogs with the most amount of pages viewed in each month.
These aren’t necessarily my own personal favourite blogs, but they are the ones that have attracted most attention via Google or Facebook. The good thing from an egotistical point of view is that year on year the daily viewing is increasing, whilst that continues I will carry on doing it, though I do fear repetition sometimes. However, for as long as we all live on this wacky planet of ours, I really don’t think there will be a shortage of material. Oddly enough I only originally started it to keep in touch with friends in Australia.
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JANUARY: AWE ALDERMASTON parts one two and three.
FEBRUARY: ACTS OF HUMAN KINDNESS
MARCH: CAN YOU REMEMBER WHAT YOU USED TO EAT?
APRIL: THE ROYAL WEDDING GUEST LIST
MAY: THE DORSET COAST PATH
JUNE: AE STODART AND CAROL VORDERMAN
JULY: IT’S A HOOT HOOT AT PAULTONS PARK
AUGUST: WHO OWNS BRITAIN
SEPTEMBER: DEPRESSION BY CONSUMERISM
OCTOBER: A NIGHT OF STAND UP
NOVEMBER: A NEW NEIGHBOUR ARRIVING
DECEMBER: IT’S THE CARD THAT COUNTS
The overall winner was December, mainly because it got linked to another website in Basingstoke that gets a lot of daily views. 2011 has been quite an extraordinary year really, there was the Royal Wedding, another play off defeat for Reading, deaths of various despots and weather that featured the hottest days in October and April. There were riots, racism charges against footballers, hacking scandals, political corruption in the press and first Ashes win down under for England since 1987.
Who says life is boring?
Happy New Year everyone!