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JR6
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Used metrics to qualify a blog post as "popular"

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Hello,

i am wondering how the hubl function blog_popular_posts work.

I am able to use this function without any problems but it is like a little blackbox for me.

 

Which metrics are used to qualify a blogpost as "popular" ?
Is it only clicks? session time? bounce rates?
How are those metrics weighted if there are more than one?

Can someone please provide some information about this?

With kind regards,
Jan R

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Phil_Vallender
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Used metrics to qualify a blog post as "popular"

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Hi @JR6 

 

I believe that the popular posts function/module is driven simply by views: Add a listing module of the most popular posts on your blog 

 

Hope this helps?

Phil Vallender | Inbound marketing for B2B technology companies

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Phil_Vallender
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Used metrics to qualify a blog post as "popular"

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Hi @JR6 

 

I believe that the popular posts function/module is driven simply by views: Add a listing module of the most popular posts on your blog 

 

Hope this helps?

Phil Vallender | Inbound marketing for B2B technology companies
JR6
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Used metrics to qualify a blog post as "popular"

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Ah yes. the first sentence on this article describes this behaviour.
I wonder how i couldn't find this by myself. Thank you.

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