Posts by popularity

Last day

// most read posts in last 30 days, show the hits

Last week

// most read posts in last 30 days, show the hits

Last month

// most read posts in last 30 days, show the hits

Last six months

// most read posts in last 30 days, show the hits


// most read posts in last 30 days, show the hits

The counts are total times read since I installed the Most Read posts in XX days plugin in March of 2009.

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  • [...] you want to see more than that, you can now go to the Posts by popularity page and see everything anyone has looked at since last March or so, when I installed the Most read [...]

  • By Blog posts are now popular, too on September 3, 2009 at 12:42 PM

    [...] post on this blog by popularity. I don’t think this means as much as the similar page on the blog does, but I like looking at it because it proves that someone reads what I write. So there’s [...]

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