Fellow SF/F Book Bloggers (who did not already receive the email),

I am conducting a survey of top book blog posts (in terms of visitors/hits over the life of your blog). If you are interested in participating, please email me a very brief paragraph stating why you think that it is your most popular post. The purpose if twofold; find out what readers like and why they like it. I will post your replies on my blog on Monday followed by an analysis of the data on Tuesday. My hope is that the list will provide us with a couple nifty insights. So please reply with:

- URL and Title of your top post (provide # of hits if you have the data please).
- Brief paragraph of why you think it is popular.
- Main Traffic Sources for your top post (this is optional since not everyone tracks this data).

Thanks for taking the time, I can't wait for your replies. Keep reviewing!

- Alec
OnlyTheBestSciFi/Fantasy
bloggeratf@gmail.com

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Heh. I'm afraid to look, lol!! I blog for fun, and while I absolutely love my readers, I know most of 'em only hang around for the giveaways... I suppose if I did in-depth analysis of the books I read, it could be different, but honestly, that would make reading, work. And I already have a full-time job. =) Good luck with your survey!

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