We started Preservation Underground in 2009 as a way to bring our work out of the basement and into the light. In the past seven years, we’ve had some fun and we’ve had some disasters. What we really hope is that we’ve shown you a little bit of what we do and why our work is so important.
We wanted to take a look back at some data about our blog and highlight our most-favorited posts. The data is a bit sticky because WordPress analytics appear to begin in March 2011, while Google analytics start in September 2012. But, as my grad school chemistry professor always said, “Close enough for conservation.”
WordPress analytics appear to begin in March 2011…
87, 940 total views
Google Analytics start in September 2012
Only reporting 9,000 page views
Traffic from 95 countries.
These posts received the most hits the past seven years:
- Quick Pic: Mysterious Messages (January 2012)
- 1091 Project: Making Enclosures (March 2012)
- Hold me closer… protective enclosure (January 2016)
- Florence: Days of Destruction (A Film by Franco Zeffirelli) (February 2012)
- DIY Book Repair And Its Consequences (July 2012)
- Why I Hate Mr. Clippy (January 2013)
- The ‘Largest Sheet of Paper Ever Made and Printed’ (October 2015)
Do you have a favorite post you want to share? if so, tell us in the comments.