2010 Year in Review

Stats and Info

2010 was a big year for Hacking Christianity. We were picked up several times by UMC.org and the UMPortal which drove a lot of new faces to our community here. There was less frequent blog posts (thanks to an active ministry in real life!) but hopefully they were more substantial or at least higher-quality Star Wars posts.

The biggest posts of the year were the one on Glenn Beck and the Pastor’s 24 project. They received the most comments. However, the most visited page was the UMC’s Call to Action report commentary…it had twice as many visits as the #2! Wow.

I found an app that generates relevant info about the blog in 2010. Here’s what it said:

In 2010 we wrote 138 posts and added 15 pages. HX.net had 34,930 visits with 49,194 hits. So yes, we are small time…but good times!

The number of posts in each month:

January: 11 (7.97%)
February: 7 (5.07%)
March: 25 (18.12%)
April: 7 (5.07%)
May: 14 (10.14%)
June: 8 (5.8%)
July: 12 (8.7%)
August: 9 (6.52%)
September: 15 (10.87%)
October: 15 (10.87%)
November: 17 (12.32%)
December: 11 (7.97%)

The number of posts in each day of week:

Sunday: 5 (3.62%)
Monday: 32 (23.19%)
Tuesday: 27 (19.57%)
Wednesday: 23 (16.67%)
Thursday: 29 (21.01%)
Friday: 23 (16.67%)
Saturday: 12 (8.7%)

In other words, visit this blog during the week, not the weekends.

In 2010 the posts were commented 558 times, from which 7 comments (1.25%) were written by registered users/authors.

TOP 10 commenters in 2010:

  • Anonymous: 74 comments
  • Rev. Jeremy Smith: 36 comments
  • johnmeunier: 20 comments
  • Carolyn: 19 comments
  • Blake Huggins: 10 comments
  • cspogue: 9 comments
  • Pumice: 9 comments
  • pastorbecca: 8 comments
  • Lance H: 6 comments
  • John: 5 comments

TOP 10 most commented posts in 2010:

On what days people comment:

Sunday: 46 (8.24%)
Monday: 105 (18.82%)
Tuesday: 97 (17.38%)
Wednesday: 75 (13.44%)
Thursday: 82 (14.7%)
Friday: 106 (19%)
Saturday: 47 (8.42%)

Summary generated by 2010 Summary plugin by Tomasz Topa.

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Comments

  1. says

    That’s what happens when you keep people engaged. I’ve been reading for a while now. Thanks for your work here.
    And, no, my site is small time!

    Stay blessed…john

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