2011, The Year That Was

This site remains my personal site — an outlet for me to rant, rave, bitch, bemoan, praise, pout, and post. Of course, since this site stays “personal,” I still have the other sites for my other writings. You know, non-rants about politics, Target, and places I won’t post pictures of two bears holding hands.

I do use a variety of statistical data to review the websites I administer — and while I will monitor and review the others very often, I review FredPosner.com about twice a year… and with that long winded introduction, I present… 2011: The Year That Was at FredPosner.com.

The Top 3 Most Viewed Pages of 2011

  1. No, You Cannot Scan My ID (aka the Target rant)
  2. The Ben Franklin Effect
  3. Meet Cartoon Fred (an oldie, yet apparently popular topic)

The Top 3 Key Words/Phrases of 2011

  1. benjamin franklin
  2. what is a hero
  3. fred posner

The Top 3 Referring Sites of 2011

  1. google
  2. facebook
  3. qxork.com

The Top 3 Web Browsers Visiting during 2011

  1. Firefox
  2. Internet Explorer
  3. Chrome

Thank You!

In 2011, over 10,000 unique visitors from 114 different countries checked out FredPosner.com. For a personal site, this is an amazing honor. Compared to the traffic we get at Dream Day Cakes®, the traffic here is nothing… but again, this site has pictures of bears holding hands, my annual Thanksgiving message, rants about Target, Rubio, Politics, and occasional photos of my odometer.

Trivial for you… my favorite post last year was the What is a Hero? rant. Yeni’s was (you guessed it)… the two bears holding hands.

Thank you again!

Published by Fred Posner

Fred Posner provides VoIP consulting services through The Palner Group and LOD.com. In 2010, Fred and his wife, Yeni Monroy, opened Bearkery, in Gainesville, Florida. Contact Fred at qxork.com. Even better, make Yeni happy and buy a cookie!

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