While I figure one or two people read the blog every day (thanks, mom!), I don’t really check my Google Analytics page more than once a week or so. I write what I write, and try to pay attention to overall feedback as opposed to micro-managing pageviews, comments, etc.
That being said, at the beginning of the year it is fun to go back and look at what the most popular posts of the previous year were.
So what were the 10 most read One Mile At A Time posts in 2014? Here they are, starting with the most read of the year:
- First Look: Etihad’s New Apartment In The Sky
- How To Redeem Korean Air SkyPass Miles
- La Compagnie Business Class Paris To Newark Review
- Review: Korean Air A380 First Class Seoul Incheon to Los Angeles
- Etihad Airways A380: Routes, The Residences, And The Apartments
- Review: Virgin Atlantic A330 Upper Class New York to London
- Who Wants To Pay For My Etihad Residence Ticket? No, Really!
- Review: China Southern A380 First Class Los Angeles to Guangzhou
- Is The American Express Platinum Card Worth It Anymore?
- 15 Pictures From Qatar Airways A380 Inaugural Flight
I guess you could say it was the year of the A380, since six of the ten posts had something to do with the whale jet.
Here are the most popular posts in 2014 that were published in previous years:
- How to know whether your Lufthansa flight will feature the new first or business class cabins
- A380 Extravaganza: Singapore Airlines Suites Class San Francisco to Hong Kong
- Best Ways To Use Your United Miles
- The most, gaudy, obnoxious, and awesome f*&^$&# flight of my life!
- What Miles & Points are Worth: Airline Miles
It is interesting to see just how many people are reading the trip reports. I know I’ve been behind on them lately, though I’ll start publishing my next trip report today. Writing detailed trip reports is really time consuming, and I’ve had a crazy couple of months, so have been a bit behind. That being said, I know many of you enjoy them, so I’ll make an effort to dedicate more time to them.
Thanks so much for making 2014 an amazing year — purely in terms of numbers, traffic way more than doubled compared to the previous year. But much more importantly, I’ve enjoyed interacting with you guys. I’m very fortunate to be able to do what I love for a living, and it’s all thanks to you guys.
Here’s to a great 2015!