Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Top ten posts of May, 2016 -- A Month of Marvel and #SadPuppies

May 30
Fisking Hydra Cap
Yes, this one hit the top ten for the month over the course of a single day. Not bad, huh? It helps when people are really pissed off.

Monday, May 9, 2016
#RabidPuppies Bite Back: The SWATting of Moira Greyland
Is anyone really shocked about this one? I mean, these things are considered seriously funny. I have no idea why, but apparently everyone likes them.

So of course, number three is

May 16
#RabidPuppies Bite Back: Tingling Sensation

May 15, 2016
The Catholic Geek: God, Robot, the panel 05/15
Well, when I have this many guests and big names, from Vox Day to the Wrights, if I didn't have a good turnout, something would be wrong.

May 3, 2016
On Moira Greyland and the Hugos
Yeah ... Moira Greyland seems to attract people to the blog. Maybe I should have her as a guest on my radio show.

May 1
The Catholic Geek: John C Wright's Iron Chamber of Memory
Again, It's JCW. Of course this will get hits.

May 23
Marvel after Civil War
Not bad, really. It's up for only a week, written three weeks after the film came out. I've seen worse.

May 24
The Dragon Awards Are Coming, everyone look busy
I gave it a Sad Puppies tag on twitter. So, yes, hits. Also, people really want the Dragons to work.

May 27
Destroying our heroes -- William Lehman on Captain America, a Guest Post
Another Johnny come lately that got hits. But then again, Captain America.

May 25
#NeverHydra and #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend
Hashtags. They work.

At the end of the day, Marvel and some variation of Puppies worked for hits this month. Who knew? Two Rabid Puppies, a post on the Dragon Award, Moira Greyland JCW and Vox are over half the posts. The rest is literally all Marvel.

Sometimes, it helps to be up to date.

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