It’s that time of the year when jaded TV producers, newspaper editors and bloggers pad are able to produce a ‘review of the year’ in lieu of actually creating any new content. It’s a temptation that I’m unable to resist!
According to my WordPress statistics the top five posts on Kouyanet over the past year are:
- Top Ten Missionary Books
- Twins: Who is the Oldest?
- Driscoll, Kandiah and Cultural Assumptions
- Listen to the Patois Bible
- Bible Translation Controversy: The Problem of English
I’m not sure what this tells us, other than if you want lots of people to visit your blog you should either write about something that will be perennially popular (top ten lists or families), hits the newspapers (the Patois Bible) or involves some sort of controversy.
If I concentrated on this sort of thing, I could probably get lots more hits on this blog, but that isn’t what we are really about. Whether it got the most hits or not, the best post on Kouyanet this year (or my favourite at least) was this one (which came in at number 13). I like the photo that goes with it, too, even if we don’t look at our elegant best.