Cue the proverbial drum roll! As with previous years, most of 2017’s popular posts fell into the categories of how to do something, how to fix something, how to make something or how to enhance your genealogy research.
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Here are LivingWithBeth’s 10 most popular posts of 2017.
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My post about fixing a Dyson cordless vacuum has drawn huge readership for two years. I regularly receive emails from people thanking me for helping them fix their expensive vacuum when they were afraid they’d have to trash it. The post drew more than 230,000 page views last year alone. It’s also my most viewed post of all time, going back to when I started LivingWithBeth almost four years ago.
Another old favorite is my low carb pumpkin pie recipe. I continue to make and enjoy this fabulous recipe myself, too.
As Roku devices continue to become more popular, more people run into problems with them. WiFi issues are some of the most common problems people encounter with Rokus, and this popular post helps fix them.
My post featuring Amazon Alexa tips was semi-popular during most of 2017 and then really took off around Christmas. I assume that’s because so many people received Alexa-enabled devices under the tree.
My genealogy posts continue to draw readers, especially the one about Ellis Island’s free genealogy research tools. If it’s possible that your ancestors came to the U.S. through Ellis Island, you’ll want to check out this post.
I continue to keep my Android smartphone hacks post updated, and it keeps drawing large numbers of readers.
I love my low carb cheesecake recipe, and it’s drawn large crowds of readers for several years.
My post on Roku PPV has also drawn many readers for years. It’s not always clear what you can and can’t watch on Roku using PPV, and which apps let you watch PPV programming.
Thousands of readers want to know whether buying a Walmart Care Plan is worth it. This post gives you some information on my Walmart Care Plan experience. I wrote another post describing my final Walmart Care Plan laptop experience.
My second most popular genealogy post outlines some of the disturbing things you’ll find when researching your family history.
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