Image: Stick figure of a girl pulling a wagon labeled “2017” loaded with red hearts. (danielam/pixabay)

Cheshboniut is Hebrew for “accounting,” and the turning of the Gregorian calendar is a great time for a little accounting. The blog went up in readership this year, from 226,465 separate views to 290,590 views. 4,068 people follow the blog via WordPress subscription or email. In the slowest month (December) people accessed the blog over 600 times a day. In the busiest month (September) there were twice as many “hits”: 1,200 a day.

What were all these folks reading?

The ten articles accessed most often in 2017:

The top ten new articles in 2017:

Some questions for regular readers:

  • Do you have a favorite post from this year?
  • Are there topics you’d like to see more often or in more depth?
  • Do you ever use the “Search” box at the right to find topics?

Thank you for a great year!

 

 

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