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Dec. 30, 2010 11:30 am

11 most trafficked Technically Philly stories of 2010

Yeah, yeah, yeah, everyone does this. We get it. But, damn it, it’s interesting. We’ve pulled together a list of our 11 most trafficked stories from 2010. You can notice things like: Oh, yes, people like lists. You know, in case you didn’t already know that. Original reporting really drives traffic: Five of these 11 […]

Yeah, yeah, yeah, everyone does this. We get it. But, damn it, it’s interesting.

We’ve pulled together a list of our 11 most trafficked stories from 2010.

You can notice things like:

  • Oh, yes, people like lists. You know, in case you didn’t already know that.
  • Original reporting really drives traffic: Five of these 11 posts involved actual reporting, two were lists and one was the winner of a contest we created and just one was mostly aggregation, by way of posting a video someone else created. Doesn’t that bode well? We think so.

11. Science Leadership Academy: A new model for schools — Feb. 9

Below find our 10 most trafficked posts in 2010.

10. Smart home technology increases automation while lowering energy consumption — May 4

9. 10 Twitter users every Philadelphian should follow — July 27

8. Ten most followed Philadelphia Twitter users — March 30

7. Comcast COO makes most expensive Philly rowhome purchase ever — Aug. 11

6. 10 ugliest websites in Philadelphia — voter’s choice awards — Dec. 7

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5. myDunkTank.com makes a cowboy out of Blake Jennelle — July 23

4.CEO: Inquirer to host startup incubator next year — Nov. 3

3. Review: Sprint 4G WiMAX wireless service in Philadelphia — May 5

2. 10 coolest (mostly interactive) online maps of Philadelphia — Sept. 28

1. Our City of Philadelphia logo design contest winner: Sara DeMarco — Jan 5.

Any favorites of these stories?

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