Saturday, 31 May 2014


Real Life can be much more interesting than fiction.

My ten posts on this blog that get have the lowest average weekly traffic.
Why a bottom 10 and not a top ten?  Surely showcasing the better, more popular blogs would be smarter?  I've never been one to equate popularity with quality.  Sure, some may be popular because they are quality.  But the popular ones are already getting traffic, the unpopular ones are the ones that need the boost.
There are two main ways to determine popularity (or a lack of) total views or the average weekly views.  Now, the total views favours the older posts.  One view a week for a twenty weeks is gets better results an entry from last week that gets nineteen views.  I don't like that idea.  So, I've gone for a weekly average.  That does preference newer posts that have the burst of views from their first week... but isn't as skewed.  Any anyway, if they do that badly, their results will have settled down by the next time I do this.
At this stage I've done 20 posts..  As such these bottom twenty are half the posts, it's not like all of them have done too badly.
The list goes from lowest average (10) to best (1)

10.  Cue the Horror Theme Music - The Camp Scott Murders

  • Fair enough.

9.  Cue the Horror Theme Music - The Miami Zombie Attack

  • You probably remember it.

8.  Cue the Horror Theme Music - Graves of the Insane

  • The mass graves of Bedlam patients unearthed... to build a subway.

7.  Random Truth - 10 Truths about Chi-mas

  • What it say on the tin.  But with added crazy.

6.  Why Isn't This A Film - Alexander & Draga

  • A love story that may have resulted in WWI.

5.  Cue the Horror Theme Music - The Giant Prehistoric Virus Returns

  • French scientists unfreeze a giant prehistoric virus to show that they can.

  • The truth about a French noble woman who may or may not have led a pirate fleet against her own country.

3.  Simpsons Did It - All You Can Eat (Part 1)

  • All you can eat Sushi.

2.  Why Isn't This A Film - Bass Reeves

  • One of the greatest US Marshals and an early African-American law men.

1.  Cue the Horror Theme Music - Murder House

  • The scene of one of the US's earliest mass murders.
~ DUG.

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