Top 5 Year Ending Trends in Popular Blogs

This year is almost history, and the blogosphere is trying to wind up the year with cool posts. Being an avid reader of more than 80 blogs, I just noticed some year-ending trends. Here are the Article Writing Trends Before Year Ends …

2009 is here1. Best Posts of the year

A review of the year’s top posts with links to them is a common trend everywhere. There are two advantages to doing this. One, the new readers can know what the old posts were. The second is that the older posts get more exposure and more visits through publishing them again. I posted my Best Posts too.

2. Site Goals for next year

New Year is the time to take new resolutions and set new targets. Many bloggers have made their site goals public. Making site goals public is like committing it to your readers. Such posts create more responsibility in the blogger himself and act as a drive to achieve them.

3. Stats Analysis and Review

Year-end is the best time to Review the site goals of the previous year and mark all you checked out. If you failed somewhere, analyze the reasons and add them to your next year’s site goals.

4. Awarding Top Contributors and Lots of Thanks Giving

Year Ending is the time to thank all the top contributors of your blog. Top Commentators, Guest Authors, and those who helped you throughout the year must not be missed out.

5. Preview of the Next Year

Giving a slight insight into what to expect the following year is useful to generate curiosity and interest in the readers. Doing this might keep the new visitors to keep coming back.

If you didn’t do any of these this year, save this post and do them when 2009 ends.

Generally speaking, year-end is the time to look back into the past, analyze them in the present, and aspire for a better and glorious future. Have a great year ahead.

Guest Article by Arun Basil Lal from where he writes about Technology, Pro Blogging Tips, Tips and Tricks and Reviews.

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About the Author: P Chandra is editor of QOT, one of India's earliest tech bloggers since 2004. A tech enthusiast with expertise in coding, WordPress, web tools, SEO and DIY hacks.