Google Analytics – Top 5 Blog Posts on Thistle Ridge Stables Blog According to Google Analytics

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Your Google Analytics Will Show You Which Posts Are Most Successful

I have been following my Google Analytics and have noticed they same pages seem to be the big draws. I thought I would include them all in one spot to help you get the information all in one place.
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      1. Show Ring Ready Braid that Mane – this post is a discription of how to braid a horse’s mane for the show ring.
      2. Equitation Class– Once again a horse show blog post giving tips from a Senior Judge on what the judge is looking for.
      3. Getting Fit
        – An interesting blog post on how to get yourself fit for riding.
      4. Show Ring Turn Out – A great post which outlines proper attire for the show ring.
      5. Equestrian Influencers– This is a more recent post and has been well visited.

Do you keep analytics on your posts? Which are your most influential posts and how do you track your posts?

About Laura

Laura Kelland-May is the founder of Thistle Ridge Skill Builders Development Program. She more than trains horses, she trains people to train their horses. In addition she is a Sr. Judge and can offer insight into What the Judge Is Looking For. Follow her here and get more tips.
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2 Responses to Google Analytics – Top 5 Blog Posts on Thistle Ridge Stables Blog According to Google Analytics

  1. I am always surprised at what google says about my most popular posts too. I wonder if my mom is going back to those posts over and over again. For whatever reason, those are the ones, so I look at what the writing style is, what the flow of the post is like, and I try to take that in mind when I write more.

  2. Laura says:

    Yes I often wonder if I am visiting the posts over and over again as well. Thank you for your comments and great insight into why some posts are better in the analytics. I never thought about the writing style and format. I will rethink this… thank you.

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