Weekly Stats (Alternate Title: Popular Posts for Popular People)
A little alliteration is always a good thing, don’t you think?
(Although the above sentence refers to the title, because the above sentence is actually an example of assonance, not alliteration, the more I think about it.)
But enough with the grammar lesson for today, it’s time for math class, or more specifically, stats!
Today we’re highlighting the most popular posts on the blog in the last 30 days.
Popular Posts for Popular People
Title Capitalization: What Words to Capitalize in a Title (1,262 views) by Heather L
An Online Technical Writer’s Guide to the Deep Web (458 views) by Miranda B
WriterAccess Marketing Tips: High Involvement vs. Low Involvement (247 views) (written by our very own Marketing Specialist, Glen Jackman)
Congratulations writers! We couldn’t do what we do without you. (Sorry, now I’m just being a pain in the assonance.)
And now it’s time for everyone’s favorite segment, say it with me old-school game show style:
So, that’s how you found us?
Where we highlight some of our favorite search terms that brought people to this site.
Here we go:
how important are words in headlines (Pretty important.)
surprise yourself box (Step 1: put something in box. Step 2: forget you did that. Step 3: open box. Surprise!)
write the superb blogpost (Borat?)
how to cope with rejection as a writer (Wine helps.)
how to live as a writer (Inhale. Exhale. Repeat.)
Charlotte Garden is charge of all the blog content at WriterAccess. A voracious consumer of all things trending, note-worthy and ridiculous, when she’s not working on the internet, you’ll find her playing around on the internet.