Sunday, May 31, 2009

Top Posts for May 2009

These are my most popular posts for May 2009. This list is based on Google Analytics data on unique pageview count:

Previous Rank
1. FM Stations in Metro Manila 1
2. Grace Lee Scandal 2
3. Kamay Ni Hesus, Lucban, Quezon 3
4. Samantha Traffic Report 7
5. Manny Pacquiao Merchandise in Amazon 15
6. Kanye West New Song 4
7. Eraserheads Final Set Concert Review 5
8. Tyson Documentary 38
9. Do Not Cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil 10.5
10. Bottled Water vs Tap Water 6

Not much has changed since our last analysis. The top 3 posts were the same from last month. Also, the post about Samantha from is still going strong.

There were 2 new entries in the top ten this month, both of them related to boxing. Manny Pacquiao was the most famous person in the world again this month. While Tyson has also been in the news recently.

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