Everyone posts their greatest and best of collection like I did a few days ago, but no one ever acknowledges the ones that didn’t do so well.
So I thought WTF…why not? As I said the other day, there were over 150 posts on Urban Organic Gardener in 2011. Not all of them were very popular.
Not only have I learned a lot about gardening in 2011, but I’ve also learned a lot about what you like and don’t like, which is just as important.
This list is compiled strictly from my analytics based on how many times a page was viewed or in this case, not viewed. I won’t get into the speculation and reasons why I think they didn’t do well. You can figure that out.
Here they are:
Those are the misses from the site. Just because they weren’t popular doesn’t mean they weren’t good 😉
What were your least favorite posts from 2011?
Well, now that me the slow one FINALLY figured out the RSS feed for you…I don’t see why these made it to the Worst Dressed List! Looking forward to learning more especially since I think 2012 is experimenting with gardening (beyond my half plot at the community garden!)
Barbara Kingsolver’s book about food choices is a fascinating read — but only if you’re not one of those who always expects somebody else to make sure you
have food to eat — you know – you go into the grocery store like a child expecting it to always be full of good food for you. Time to wake up.
Sheesh. Took you long enough 😉 Def wanna hear more about the gardening experiments in 2012.
Yes. Really enjoyed that book.
My prediction… your top ten least popular post will have higher than average page hits today. 😉 I myself found an urge to click and read what people didnt find interesting.
Hahah. Some of them might double or triple 😉
Love it! Would you be mad at me if I stole this idea? I will, of course, give you credit for it, with multiple links back to your site 🙂 Aaaaaaaaaand, if theft of the idea would ruin our friendship, I would totally understand 🙂
You do it our friendship is so over! Hahaha. By all means take the idea if you think it’ll work for your audience. Appreciate you asking.