These are my top performing posts for 2017 – comprising one eighth of my entire hits for the year. My blog hits for 2017 almost reached a quarter of a million, double that of 2016 which was double that of 2015. A chunk of these figures can be attributed to most of these articles. Please share to maintain the momentum.
|Top 6 posts for 2017 (Click on each article title to read)||Short Description||Hits in 2017|
|Making the point that Neuroendocrine Cancer is not confined to a particular part of the body||9,906|
|Neuroendocrine Cancer Syndromes – Early Signs of a Late Diagnosis||All about syndromes||7,546|
|Neuroendocrine Neoplasms – Grade and Stage (incorporating WHO 2017 changes)||The very latest information (particularly about grading)||7,027|
|A very powerful awareness message. It was only published 2 months ago and is already the 10th most read post in over 220 since this site was set up.||6,083|
|Love him or hate him, he generates external hits on my site – you could say he is now helping with Neuroendocrine Cancer awareness. It also debunks the Pancreatic Cancer myth||6,046|
|Another very powerful awareness message – it is also the most tweeted post about NETs on twitter||4,812|
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