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Friday night housekeeping
July 25, 2008, 10:34 pm
Filed under: Posts

Things are slow at work, so I thought I’d do a little blog-related housekeeping.

First, I compiled a list of the five most popular posts in the last month at GG&GE, for those of you who may be new to the scene or who missed a post.

At the top of the list is my guide to Google Calendar. I had no idea how successful this post would be, but it definitely clued me in to what people enjoy reading about. Look for more posts like that in the future.

In close second was my guide to ING Direct’s online savings accounts.

And even though I posted it over a month ago, people are still really interested to read how I met Christian.

Right behind it in the rankings is part 2 of how I met Christian.

And in fifth place is a list of seven of my favorite blogs.

So there’s the top five. But there are some posts that get read over, either because readers didn’t think they were interesting or because their posting was untimely. So here are three posts that haven’t gotten read much that I think deserve a second look.

This post is from the early days of this blog, but I listed practical applications from a sermon I heard on Romans 14.

Another post I really enjoyed writing was about my struggles to spend time with the Lord.

Finally, for those of you who aren’t familiar with RSS feeds, check out my post on getting the most out of blogging.

My final bit of housekeeping is to direct you to a couple new pages I’ve made. I’ve started compiling my movie reviews (there are more coming soon) and I also wrote out my blog posting schedule to familiarize you more with what I enjoy writing about. Check them out in the sidebar.

Hope you’re having a fantastic Friday!

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Yes, your Google Calendar post was very good. And I would be interested in more posts like it.

Comment by Jason Mitchener




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