Next up in the “Top 10 of 2011” series: the most-viewed individual posts. Note of course that this only counts how many times people clicked through to each post’s individual link, excluding all the views they may have received on the front page.
- 2,851 pageviews, 02/14: New York Times: Seattle Sellers Simply Surrendering
- 3,255 pageviews, 03/23: REO Buyers: Beware of Multiple Offer Sudden Death
- 3,390 pageviews, 05/31: Case-Shiller: Seattle Gets a Teeny Tiny Spring Bounce
- 3,676 pageviews, 04/29: Claim: Seattle Real Estate Market Suddenly Heating Up
- 3,683 pageviews, 03/22: How Are High Condo HOA Fees Justified?
- 3,736 pageviews, 03/16: Are Seattle-Area Rents Poised to Shoot Up Again?
- 3,859 pageviews, 12/21: Real Actual Listing Photos: BEHOLD THE HYPERCLOUDS
- 4,924 pageviews, 03/29: Case-Shiller: Seattle Home Prices Nearly 30% Off Peak
- 5,366 pageviews, 05/27: Guess What
- 5,763 pageviews, 08/28: The Return of the Pink Pony!
Not represented in this list is 2011’s far and away most popular content, the video I shot of a Real Actual Home Improvement. My video made the rounds across a bunch of sites (Reddit, Gawker, White Trash Repairs, Sports Illustrated, and a bunch more), racking up over a million views between YouTube & Break.com.* Whoa.
*[Some jerk ripped my video off YouTube, uploaded it to Break.com, & took credit for it as their own. Thankfully the Break.com staff were friendly and responsive, and promptly transferred it to an account I created.]