This is my post number 500 on TechPatio.com since June 2009. That’s an average of 50 posts per month, 1.6 posts per day. What do you think, is that an acceptable number for a technology blog like this one? Before you leave a comment below, let’s take a quick stroll down memory lane…
My first post was from June 22nd 2009 and titled What would you do if your iPhone gets stolen or lost?
I had some posts before that one too, but on another domain, before I decided to move to TechPatio.com. The above post is the oldest one in my current WordPress database.
Let’s have a quick look at my 10 most popular posts over the last 10 months.
#1: The most popular one was How To Fix “Logitech Control Center” (LCC) Support In Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. At that time, Snow Leopard was just released and apparently lots of people had problems with Logitech and Snow Leopard.
#2: With just a few more pageviews (so this one will be the most popular one in a matter of a few days, actually), is Google Street View – More Funny Pictures (Part 1 of 2). I don’t really need to explain this one, do I? I should probably note that the post is just 1.5 months old, so it came a long way in a short time.
#3: The 3rd most popular posts is about a nice young lady who you can follow on Twitter as @CaroWozniacki if you’re into Tennis. The post is titled Caroline Wozniacki Breasts – but apparently many people think the they can see her breasts in that post. They can’t.
#4: Next on my top chart is Sony Ericsson W580i iSync plugin (S500i iSync) – a really old post, actually converted from a previous blog I had. The W850 phone is really old where I come from, but it’s still popular in other parts of the world.
#5: Last on the top 5 most popular posts list is Top 10 Most Hyped Gadgets Of All Time. The title is pretty self-explanatory, I’d say.
That was the 5 most popular posts here on TechPatio. Just to complete the top 10 list, here are 5 more:
#6: Funny Pictures: Google Street View Launched In Denmark
#7: iTunes Now Syncs With Palm Pre Again And Android
#8: I Should Have Waited With Snow Leopard Installation – Too Many Incompatiblity Issues
#9: How To: QuickTime X Autoplay Movies On Open In Snow Leopard
#10: Simple & Easy DIY iPhone Dock For Free
That’s it. Feel free to leave a comment below, whatever might have jumped into your head – just let it out again
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