Top TLF Posts of 2011 & Year-End Analytics

by on December 29, 2011 · 2 comments

As 2011 winds down, I thought I’d list a few year-end analytics for The Technology Liberation Front blog.  In 2011, we had just under 400,000 visits from 332,000 unique visitors. That’s up from 312,000 visits and 247,000 unique visitors in 2010.If you prefer a pageviews metric then we had 514,000 pageviews and 444,000 unique pageviews in 2011, up from 420,000 and 361,000 respectively in 2010.

As far as the top posts of the year go, anything Bitcoin related proved to be link-bait magic with 4 of the top 10 posts (all by Jerry Brito) being about Bitcoin. But it was Ryan Radia’s post on how to protect your privacy on Facebook and the Net more generally that commanded the most hits in 2011 with almost 35,000 views. Congrats Ryan! Anyway, the year’s Top 10 list follows below and many thanks to all those who took the time to visit the TLF over the past year.

  • http://bennett.com/blog Richard Bennett

    It’s interesting that the extensive anti-SOPA posts didn’t break the top 10.

    If I were a betting man, I’d wager that Ryan’s privacy post was Slashdotted or Redditted.

  • http://jerrybrito.com Jerry Brito

    Anti-SOPA posts came toward the end of the year. There is a bias in the list for posts written earlier with more time to get hits.

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