I’m not sure if it’s because of getting older or having children, but the years seem to keep slipping by more and more quickly. LivingWithBeth.com had a great year in 2015 with traffic numbers. New posts drew lots of page views while some older, “evergreen” posts remained popular.
Readers continue to flock to my Roku and how-to posts, along with some other great posts. I’m so excited about the growth in readership LivingWithBeth.com has experienced over the past year and exceedingly grateful for all of my readers who take the time to visit, especially those who comment, too! Thank you all!
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How to Fix Roku Wi-Fi Problems
I wrote this post last January after resolving my own Roku Wi-Fi issues, in hopes of helping others. It’s stayed at the top of my “popular posts” list for most of the year 2015.
How to Set Up Roadrunner Email on a Smartphone
My post about setting up Roadrunner email on an iPhone, iPad or Android device was an update to an article I wrote years ago for Examiner.com. It continues to attract large numbers of readers.
How to Watch Pay Per View on Roku
Since I wrote about how to watch PPV events on Roku, I can tell when a big pay per view event is happening because traffic to my Roku PPV post skyrocket.
Tide Oxi Laundry Booster Review
Since reviewing Tide Oxi awhile back, quite a few folks have stopped by to read my comprehensive review of this product.
How to Deposit Checks to Bluebird Using a Smartphone
How-to articles always rank among my top posts. If I figure out something perplexing, chances are pretty good that other people have been struggling with similar issues. When I tried out a new Bluebird card and figured out how to deposit a check using my smartphone, I thought others might want to know what I discovered. Apparently, lots of people do.
5 Things To Do When You Get a New Android Device
My post about the first 5 things you should do when you get a new Android smartphone or tablet continues to get repinned on Pinterest over and over again every day.
How to Get Paint Drips Off Vinyl Siding
In yet another case of sharing how I solved one of my own problems, my post about how to get paint drips off of vinyl siding keeps on drawing enough page views to make my 2015 top 10 list.
Genealogy Research Myths
I’ve been my family’s genealogist for decades, and I really enjoyed writing a two-part list of the top 10 genealogy myths. Part 2 of that list drew huge amounts of traffic. I’m not sure why it was more popular than part 1, but if you have any interest in ancestry research, I hope you’ll check out both. Read more of my genealogy related posts here.
My Deceased Cat Crashed My Website
My beloved gray cat, Mimi, passed away on Dec. 24. A few days later, in my grief, I wrote a post about what an extraordinary cat she was. Much to my surprise, the post was so enormously popular that my blog became periodically inaccessible due to the abnormally high number of hits to this article. I had to upgrade my hosting plan to accommodate all of the extra traffic.
It drew such high numbers that it made my top 10 list for 2015 even though I wrote it just a few days before the end of the year! Mimi was a very special cat and the second cat I’ve lost in less than 2 years’ time. I now have no cats at all for the first time in 17 years. It seems appropriate that Mimi would cause amazing things to happen even after she’s gone.
How to Make Your Own Juggle Bubbles Solution
Lots of parents must have Juggle Bubbles and want to make their own solution for the kids. My post about making your own Juggle Bubbles solution remains popular year round, even during colder months when you’d think people wouldn’t be playing outside with Juggle Bubbles. I’m so happy that my Juggle Bubbles recipe appears to be helping a lot of folks avoid having to pay top dollar for expensive Juggle Bubbles refills!
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