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Top Personality Type Posts of 2012

Top Personality Type Posts of 2012

By Donna Dunning

Donna Dunning

Several pages were high on my Google analytics report for 2012, including the homepage, the What’s Your Type pages, and the pages describing personality type preferences.

When it came to specific blog posts, a few topics seemed to be winners.

#1 Stress

The two most popular blog posts on my website this year were related to stress. I’m not sure this is a good or bad thing, but certainly stress is a popular topic.

Visionaries (INTJ and INFJ): Personality Type Preferences and Stress was the blog viewed most often. I don’t think this means that people with these preferences have more stress; I just think many of my readers have these preferences.

Have others noticed a preponderance of people with these preferences in the on-line personality type community?

The second most read blog was Enhancers (ISFP and INFP): Personality Type Preferences and Stress.

Again, this likely represents the number of readers with these preferences rather than the stress level of the people.

#2 Illustrations of Type

The next three most popular posts were INTJ, INFJ, and INTP posts in the Illustrations of Type series. People seem to enjoy seeing how others describe their personality type preferences. If you are interested in looking at one specific type, you can search “XXXX illustrations” (of course for XXXX put in the specific type preferences) to find them. I like seeing the similarities among the groups.

#3 Interactions

The Getting Along post was the next most popular post. This post links to all of the “Is there an XXXX in your life?” posts that provide practical tips for interacting with people. Several of these individual posts were in the top 100 blogs. I guess getting along is relevant to everyone.

I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the personality type community.

Thanks to everyone who reads and posts comments on my web site and social media sites. I appreciate the input and look forward to more interactions in 2013.

Have a Happy New Year.

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