Similar to all years, the Home Page was king on this site. However, I would like to point out a new contender among the posts – “Why do you favorite a tweet?“. This was posted earlier this year in April and has been a popular target for SEO. The title is basic, it asks a question, and many apparently ask the search engines the same question. The key for me in this space is to “get the word out”. Use social sites like LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. However as you can see from my referer post it’s all about SEO. Make sure your content and title are relevant and searchable!
Once again, thanks for reading my blog and have a happy new year!
From the chart below, you can see it had a lot of hits on the first day but because of SEO it maintained hits consistently throughout the year.
Top 20 posts for 2013
|Home page / Archives
|Which Java sort is faster – MergeSort, QuickSort or Arrays.sort?
|Why do you favorite a tweet?
|Online and FREE Image map tool for HTML
|Getting and setting radio button values with JQuery
|Finding the XPath in Internet Explorer
|Where are all of these Eclipse preferences stored?
|plugin_customization.ini and Eclipse preferences
|Properly cleaning up a JQuery Dialog box to prevent memory leaks
|Sorting a HashMap in Java: SortedMap to the rescue!
|Can’t remember that person who Sametime’d you?
|Killer App for iPhone: Group Text!
|Goodbye Flash games, here comes Game Maker Studio!
|New OpenNTF Project – Multiple Database Search
|What the heck is an eSpot?
|Dojo.query and forEach loop, a powerful combination
|Window Builder for Eclipse – for SWT, RCP and SWING UI’s
|IBM’s Processor Value Unit [PVU] licensing for Distributed Software
|Kick ass Group Calendar for Lotus Notes