Top 10 Most Visited Blog Articles in 2014

Top 10 Most Visited Blog Articles

Every year, we publish the top 10 most visited articles of that year. These are some of my favorite articles to write. I love looking at the past year to see what topics were most popular and these articles always make me feel accomplished.

Looking Back at Accomplishments

2014 is coming to an end this week. It’s obvious to think of next year and all that we want to accomplish. Sometimes though, it is important to look back and remember all that you have accomplished.

Blogging is a marathon. It is hard work. After producing articles week after week, sometimes I know I feel like I haven’t accomplished much. It feels monotonous.

Achieving Goals

I am very excited because this year one of the articles I wrote made the top 10. That is a first for me.

Last January, I set a goal to break into Robin Strohmaier’s top 10 list. She has some amazing articles decorating her top 10 and, while my article only hit the 10th spot, progress has been made!

So without further adieu,

R & R Web Design LLCs Top 10 Most Visited Blog Articles

Here are our top 10 most visited articles in 2014 according to Google Analytics in reverse order.

  1. How to Understand Content Curation
    Find out what it means to content curation and how to find great places to curate content from.
  2. How to Crop Your Facebook Profile Thumbnail Picture
    This article was written in October of 2011 and is a graphical tutorial of how to crop your Facebook profile thumbnail in 3 simple steps. Facebook has changed the way we can crop our photos since then.
  3. Examples of Facebook’s 20% Text Overlay Rule
    Do you remember when Facebook changed their text overlay on page Timeline photos and News Feed ad photos in January of 2013? Robin quickly provided the information you needed to know.
  4. How to Copy the URL of a Tweet Tutorial
    Did you know you can copy the URL of a Tweet just like you would copy a web page’s URL. Find out how to do it in this article.
  5. How to Get a Short Google Plus URL
    Need a short Google+ URL? Robin wrote this article in October of 2012 that details how you can get a vanity Google Plus URL.
  6. How to Claim Your Official Google+ Custom URL
    Published in October 2013, this article provides what you need to know about claiming your Google+ custom URL complete with screen shots.
  7. How to Remove Your Home Address and Cell Phone Number From Facebook
    I for one never want my home address or cell phone on Facebook. Robin uses screenshots in this tutorial on how to protect your privacy on Facebook.
  8. Google Panda to Evolve into Real-Time Algorithm
    Robin does such an amazing job demystifying Google’s Algorithm and always clarifies what you need to know.
  9. How to Set Up Google Authorship in WordPress in 3 Simple Steps
    While this article may not make next year’s list since Google did away with Google Authorship, this is the second year in a row this article has graced the number 2 spot. In this article, you’ll find 3 simple steps to all that Google Authorship has to offer.
  10. How to Remove a Like From a Link on Facebook
    This article is clearly a favorite because this is the 3rd year it has hit the number 1 spot. If you have ever wondered how to remove a like on Facebook, this tutorial article will spell it out for you.

Bringing it Home

As you look forward to next year, don’t forget to look back at all the hard work you’ve done. By analyzing what articles are bringing visitors to your website, you can see what worked and plan ahead for next year’s blog articles.

Have you analyzed your top 10 articles?

Thank you for visiting and for all your support! Have a wonderful New Year and happy blogging.

Christine King is a staff writer at R & R Web Design LLC. She is passionate about writing and loves what blogging and businesses can achieve. Armed with her degree in social work, she brings the unique ability to motivate readers in every blog article she writes. She specializes in creating content and writing blog articles for a variety of businesses at R & R Web Design LLC.

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