2019 On My Blog: A Year End Review In Top 10 Lists

So we’ve come to the end of another year, which means another year-end blog recap in the form of top 10 lists. I wrote in last year’s recap that one of my big goals for 2019 was to continue growing my blog. That certainly happened. Traffic increased significantly between last year and this, and I want to thank all of you for visiting my blog and for sharing my posts with your friends. It means so much to me ❤

Posts With The Most Traffic

For the second year in a row, my ENFP-INFJ relationships post is by far the most popular. The other top posts changed quite a bit, and feature a surprising (to me at least) number of my posts about fictional characters’ personality types.

  1. Dating Your Mirror: ENFP and INFJ Relationships (published 11/11/2017)
  2. INFJ Dark Side (published 3/31/2014)
  3. Want To Date An INFJ? Here’s 15 Things We’d Like You To Know (published 9/18/2018)
  4. How To Tell If An INFJ Likes You (published 1/7/2019)
  5. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate to If You’re An INTJ (published 1/14/2019)
  6. INFJ User Guide (published 6/20/2016)
  7. Religion and the INFJ (published 10/17/2016)
  8. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate To If You’re An INTP (published 4/1/2019)
  9. Updated Disney Princesses MBTI Chart (published 12/19/2016)
  10. Fictional MBTI – Tony Stark (ENTP) (published 6/15/2015)

Top 2019 Posts

Apparently my series on fictional characters you’ll relate to for each personality type was quite a hit! I find it exciting that the posts in this series received so much traffic, even the ones for types I don’t write about as frequently here on this blog. I’m also excited to see my post about Christian INTJs on this list.

  1. How To Tell If An INFJ Likes You
  2. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate to If You’re An INTJ
  3. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate To If You’re An INTP
  4. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate To If You’re An INFP
  5. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate to If You’re An ENTJ
  6. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate to If You’re An ENFP
  7. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate To If You’re An ENFJ
  8. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate to If You’re An ISTJ
  9. 7 Fictional Characters That You’ll Relate To If You’re An ISTP
  10. As For Me, I Will Serve The Lord: INTJ Christians

Top Christian Posts

My Myers-Briggs®posts are popular enough that they usually push posts on other topics out of the top 10 for the year. Quite a large number of visitors come to my blog for the Bible studies, though, so I thought those posts deserved a special mention. Here are the Christian-themed posts that saw the most traffic in 2019.

  1. Mercy and Truth Meet Together: INFJ Christians
  2. That Which Every Joint Supplies: INFP Christians
  3. As For Me, I Will Serve The Lord: INTJ Christians
  4. All Your Heart, Mind, and Soul: ENFP Christians
  5. To Seek And Search Out By Wisdom: INTP Christians
  6. Letting God Define You
  7. When God Gives You Something You Can’t Handle
  8. How To Clean A Temple
  9. God’s Message Through the Aaronic Blessing
  10. First Do No Harm

10 Countries My Visitors Call Home

2019 On My Blog: A Year End Review In Top 10 Lists | LikeAnAnchor.com
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Nine of these are the same top 10 countries as last year, though in a slightly different order. In addition, South Africa, France, and the Netherlands each accounted for over 5,000 visitors even though they’re not on this list, and there are dozens of other countries visiting my blog as well. Thank you so much to everyone all around the world who’s reading and commenting on my blog. I hope you all have a wonderful 2020!

  1. United States
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Canada
  4. Australia
  5. India
  6. Germany
  7. Indonesia
  8. Singapore
  9. Philippines
  10. Brazil

 

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