Most read posts in 2012

I have shied away from top ten lists as they always seem to me to be a form of self-promotion (never mind I’ve been told I need to learn to self-promote more, sigh). Then twice this week I tweeted a top ten list and said “A great way to get to know this blog”. The second time I realised when I find a new blog I look for a “most read” or “most popular” posts link. With that in mind, here is what was most read on the web site* this last year. This is the top 20, and is a mix of new posts, old posts, and articles. 

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Top ten posts made in 2012:

Pages/articles that made the top ten spot:
  • Orgasmic Massage – With 50% more hits than anything else, this article is the clear winner for most read of 2012. This is not just about a “happy ending”, it’s a sensual overload that culminates with her having an orgasm.
  • Sexual Massage – A rewrite of an article from The Marriage Bed, this is more massage as foreplay.
Posts from previous years:
And one tag page made the top 20 – the sex4her tag. Who says men are only about their pleasure?

*I have more reading by both RSS and email than on the web site. However, website reads are a good way of showing greatest interest.

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4 Comments on “Most read posts in 2012

  1. So all but 1 of the top 10 are about sex. Both of the pages/articles are about sex. All 7 from previous years are about sex. The one nominally non-sex in the top 10 (“non-sexual touch”) leads directly into a pie chart detailing how more non-sexual touch would affect her sex life.

    Um… pattern, anyone?

  2. Apropos of nothing, one thing that this blog needs is an actual index. Not a sad little “archives” selector that starts with a certain month and then gives a measly 10 entries per page, hugely wasteful of space, so that one must then crawl through page after slow-loading page of 10-topic listings, looking for what’s come to mind; rather, an actual index, alphabetized, tagged, sorted, preferably re-sortable by subject, date or tags, for all posts back to the beginning of net.time, providing a one-shot simple search access with ^F “find on page.”

    (“Let’s see, I wanted to take another look at that one article, I think it was posted in, hm, late September. Start there. Nope. Where’s that `previous’ link, there it is. Click…click…click…click…[ad nauseum]…click. Oh, darn, there it is, April.” Memory is like that. This happens a lot.)

    • karl – I agree the archives are of little use unless you just want to skim read. The are generated on the fly automatically, so they are not really a waste of space.

      The category drop down and tag cloud on the left side of the page are better for some reading.

      I recently changed the search system, and I think the new one is better, especially if you can’t recall exact wording.

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