My 10 Most Visited Posts of 2017

Hatchimals

Looking back at a year of blogging is always fascinating and last year I compiled my most visited posts of the year with some interesting results.

It always surprises me which posts were the most popular and this year is no exception.

Here are my most visited posts of 2017:

1. Unboxing new Hatchimals CollEGGtibles

Following on from the Hatchimals craze are the more affordable Hatchimals CollEGGtibles who live in a hidden land called Hatchtopia and not only are they top of my visited posts of 2017, but they were top of Eliza’s Christmas list too.

Hatchimals Colleggtibles

The post saw a surge of visits on Christmas day which pushed it to its number one position and I can only assume that this was because people didn’t know how to hatch them.

2. Globber – The Scooter with a Difference

This post was written back in March 2015, but is still one of my most viewed posts.

Globber Scooter

The Globber Scooter is a great first scooter for toddlers and we loved the removable handle at the back. It is light, easy to push and manoeuvre and meant that Sebby could join us for scooting adventures. In fact, he still uses it, only now as a scooter in its own right and not with the handle and seat.

3. How to Hatch your Hatchimals

This is another post that saw a surge on Christmas day as people sought advice on how to hatch their Hatchimals toy.

hatchimals

Our post on the new Hatchimals Surprise narrowly missed out on a top ten place too.

4. The Mini-Microscooter Deluxe Review

This post is another old favourite from April 2016 as people seek to choose which scooter is best for their child.

Mini Microscooter Deluxe

Sebby still loves this microscooter and the windmill at the front makes it even more fun as he zooms along.

5. Who are the Glimmies?

Another collectible toy review on the list, the Glimmies™ are 23 little star fairies sent by the moon to take care of “Glimmieswood” forest animals. This is the reason why Glimmies™ have cute resemblances to forest animals and love endless adventures in the name of friendship and always respect nature.

Glimmies™

6. How old is too old for soft play?

This is probably my most surprising entry of the lot as I originally posted my bit of a rant about soft play back in 2013.

Lemur Landings

Locally things have changed quite a lot since then and we have some fabulous soft play areas that cater for a variety of ages very well, but children’s behaviour can still be an issue, especially in smaller venues.

7. Yvolution Strolly Compact Review

Another post from 2016 that made it into my top ten for this year.

Yvolution Strolly

The Yvolution Strolly is a trike for babies and toddlers, suitable from 10 months and has an adjustable parent handle, a small attachable storage sack, reclining seat, a sturdy hood and parent steering, meaning there will be no going in circles if baby decides they want to steer.

8. Adventure Golf Fun in Bournemouth with Mighty Claws UK

In June, a new attraction opened in Bournemouth and we among the first to be invited to attend its opening.

mighty claws UK

Mighty Claws adventure golf is a brilliant day out and we have visited several times since as the fun, Jurassic world stretches out in front of you, as you try to get the best score you can with animatronic and model dinosaurs, with sound effects, watching over you.

9. The Gumtree Scam

Back in 2014 narrowly avoided being caught by a Gumtree Scam and it seems that it is still happening.

My post tells you how I realised it was a scam and how to prevent others getting caught out.

10. Talking Rubbish

Another review post to add to the list was all about the new Joseph Joseph Titan Bin.

Joseph Joseph Titan

The Titan bin is an innovative manual compaction system, letting it hold 3 times more than a bin of the same size and has revolutionised our waste system.

Even though our council has reduced our rubbish collections to every two weeks, we no longer have overflowing bins thanks to this bin. Now if they could invent something that makes the teens empty the bin, that would be amazing!!

So, there you have it. My top 10 most visited posts prove that evergreen content is a great thing to have on a blog and that people love to know about products before they invest in them!!

Stay tuned for my Top Ten Days Out and Travel posts of 2017!!

13 thoughts on “My 10 Most Visited Posts of 2017

  1. Stephanie says:

    Great Hatchimals posts!! I just spotted you GumTree post too, well done for sharing that around so more people don’t get caught out

  2. Nancy says:

    Fascinating to see the most popular posts! I went to read about the Gumtree scam – unfortunately they seem just as prevalent today as they were three years ago.

  3. Anosa says:

    Some truly lovely posts, I have seen a few of these but not all. Lovely to see what people are enjoying from your blog

  4. I love posts like these, they are always so fascinating as you really get an insight into what readers enjoy. Can’t wait to see what days out and travel posts are your top!

  5. kirsty says:

    I’m always so interested to see what posts people enjoying reading the most, sometimes a post that you don’t think will be popular is! I’ll have to give the too old for soft play a read as I think that’s interesting.

  6. Katy Stevens says:

    Some great posts here and lovely that your reviews have been able to help so many people!

  7. hannah says:

    The hatchimals look great and really fun. They make great gifts too

  8. Hatchimals are my son’s latest obsession and i wish i’d known about your how to hatch them blog post a few weeks ago. could’ve saved ourselves so much time lol x

  9. Charli says:

    The hatch animals looks great! No wonder they’re in your top ten.

  10. Loved reading this blog post, reminded me of a lot of the fabulous toys which were very popular the last year. Happy New Year to you!

  11. Kayleigh says:

    You have such a fun, easy-going blog! Such nice easy reads x

  12. Mayah Camara says:

    This is a really nice idea for a blog post! I’ve read a few of these and I have to say you’ve really brought some sunshine to blogging. I hope you and yours have a fab new year x

  13. Kim Carberry says:

    Ahh! I remember visiting your how to hatch a Hatchimal last Christmas. lol It was a fantastic help!

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