Notes from An Alien

~ Explorations In Reading, Writing & Publishing ~

The Most Visited Posts on This Blog . . .

Most popular blog posts No re-blog today, because I decided it’s been way too long since I took an accounting of my most popular posts…


I’ll list the Ten Most Popular Posts of the last, nearly, 8 years…

Just before the list, I should explain that, in spite of my often warning folks to not believe what all the Internet-Gurus say, one thing seems to be very true—the About Page of a blog is extremely well-visited :-)

And, these posts were found, predominantly, with a search engine, not social media links…

1. About This Blog – 5,300 visits

2. Writing Challenge ~ Use The 1200 Most Common Words To Write A Story… – 2,191 visits

3. The Book ~ Notes from An Alien – 2,113 visits

4. Why Do Certain People Become Writers? – 1,496 visits

5. Free Software for Writers . . . – 977 visits

6. What’s The “Best” Way To Learn “Proper” Grammar? – 722 visits

7. Behind The Scenes . . . – 643 visits

8. Diagramming Sentences ~ A Lost Art? – 639 visits

9. Are Fiction Writers Capable of Freelancing? – 635 visits

10. What About All The Authors Whose Books Don’t Sell Very Many Copies? – 599 visits

Plus, I must mention, if you scroll down in the left sidebar you’ll find 2,294 other posts, in the Top Tags widget, organized by Key Words…

If you don’t see a way to comment, try the link at the upper right of this post…

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One response to “The Most Visited Posts on This Blog . . .

  1. Pingback: Blog Conversation about Which Is Better for a Writer — Social Media or Search Engines ? | Notes from An Alien

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