I thought I'd join in and rake over some of my old posts. Old is stretching it a bit as none of my posts are older than 21 months.
What is your most beautiful post?
I'm proud of most of the photos I post but I think this post pleased me most aesthetically
I love the first picture particularly.
What is your most popular post?
My stats tell me that the post I wrote about Milly Molly Mandy has had 2,628 views, 1557 more views than the next most popular post. I imagine the success of this post is simply down to people googling for Milly Molly Mandy.
What is your most controversial post?
This was undoubtedly School Fees which I wrote in exasperation after a week of financial demands from my daughter's school. It was written with my tongue firmly in my cheek and thankfully most readers got the joke and shared my exasperation but some took exception to my humour and got even more cross than I had been. Some even went as far as to say they were going to stop reading my blog. My stats told a different story and visitor numbers continued and continue to climb.
What is your most helpful post?
I think this has to be my How To Make Bread post which many readers have told me has inspired them to make bread.
Which post's success surprised you most?
According to the Blogger's stats Redcurrant Cordial is my fourth most visited post with 544 views.
Why this particular post should be more popular than others I have written about homemade drinks was puzzling until I googled 'redcurrant cordial' and discovered my post to be the second hit. This has brought home to me how a simple, descriptive post title can direct readers to my blog. Maybe I should stop trying to think up clever titles and keep it simple.
If you are interested in homemade drinks then click on drinks in the category list on my sidebar.
Which of your post do you feel didn't get the attention it deserved?
Wartime Housewife said it was a top quality post but nobody else seemed very interested in my telly preferences. You're all watching Downton Abbey aren't you?
Which post are you proudest of?