Reel Librarians turns 7!

Reel Librarians celebrates its 7th blog anniversary this week! I published my first post on Reel Librarians back on September 19th, 2011, with the “Where do I begin? A love story.” post, which also details how my interest in reel librarians began.

Reel Librarians turns 7!

Reel Librarians turns 7!

Quick stats comparison:

Looking back over the previous “blog anniversary” posts, below is an update on how this blog has grown:

2012
(1 year)

2018
(7 years)

Total views:  19,000+  235,000+
Total visitors:  900+ 160,500+
Total comments:  165 628
Total posts:  153 posts + 21 pages  467 posts + 21 pages
Total shares: 121 4,500+
Daily visits, average:  65 123
Total followers:  45  428

Previous blog anniversary posts:

Top 10 most popular posts this past year:

  1. First impressions: ‘Hidden Figures’ and its library scene — a 2017 post with over 4,000 views this past year
  2. Marian or Marion? — a 2012 post with over 1,700 views this past year
  3. Librarian t-shirt collection — a 2014 post with over 1,400 views this past year
  4. Books and book-burning in ‘Fahrenheit 451’ — a 2017 post new to this list, with almost 1,400 views this past year
  5. The Jedi librarian — a perennial favorite from 2013 with over 1,300 views this year
  6. Naughty Librarians (ladies, take it away) — a 2012 post with almost 1,300 views this past year
  7. The Killing Kind vs. The Attic —  a 2013 post still going strong with almost 1,000 views this year
  8. You, Me, Dupree, and the Naughty Librarian — this 2015 post has collected almost 900 views this year
  9. Harry Potter and Madam Pince — this 2012 post has magicked up over 850 views this year
  10. First impressions:  Monsters University — this 2013 post garnered almost 650 views this past year

Thank you all for reading, whether it’s your first or seventh year! 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

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2 comments on “Reel Librarians turns 7!

  1. congrats! Great achievement!

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