WordPress report for 2013 on my Pontypool blog

AT THE END OF EVERY YEAR THE WORDPRESS SEND ME A REPORT ON ALL THE ACTIVITY ON THIS BLOG DURING THE YEAR. I’VE EDITED IT SLIGHTLY  BELOW BUT HAVE QUOTED ALL THE ITEMS I THINK YOU’LL BE INTERESTED IN.

“The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 47,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House it would take about 17 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

In 2013 there were 25 new posts growing the total archive of this blog to 160 posts. There were 38 pictures uploaded, that’s about 3 pictures a month.

The busiest day of the year was March 16th with 1,831 views.

These are the posts that got the most views in 2013:
1. Pontypool’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.   1 comment
2. Tragedy at West Mon (Revised account).   87 comments
3. Murder most foul in Pontypool.   6 comments
4. Parts of old Pontypool that have vanished.   22 comments
5. Old photographs of Pontypool.   4 comments

Visitors came from 127 different countries. Most visitors came from the United Kingdom but the United States and Australia were not far behind.

The most commented on post in 2013 was “The Crown Garage in George Street and the Fynn family.”

These were the 5 most active  commenters:
1. Clive Barnby with 19 comments.
2. Audrey Ross with 13 comments.
3. Dennis Williams with 6 comments.
4. Laurie Oliver with 6 comments.
5. David Powell with 6 comments.”

It only remains for me to wish all my visitors a very happy New Year. Please visit again in 2014.

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One Response to “WordPress report for 2013 on my Pontypool blog”

  1. Caithness lass Says:

    A Good New Year to you too and many thanks for all your hard work in putting this blog together. > WordPress.com > amos2008 posted: “AT THE END OF EVERY YEAR THE WORDPRESS SEND ME A > REPORT ON ALL THE ACTIVITY ON THIS BLOG DURING THE YEAR. I’VE EDITED > IT SLIGHTLY BELOW BUT HAVE QUOTED ALL THE ITEMS I THINK YOU’LL BE > INTERESTED IN. “The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds ” >

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