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December 31, 2008

Top five news stories for 2008 on JewishJournal.com



I just cranked up the Google Analytics Difference Engine and out popped the top five JewishJournal.com stories for 2008:

* Editor-in-Chief Rob Eshman's analysis of the Palin nomination was our top story

* Rob's take on the Putz Who Stole Chanukah beat hate sites to the top of Google: 'Is Bernie Madoff Jewish? Very. Oy.'

* Howard Stern fans love us, webbishly. Naomi Pfefferman's profile of Stern's daughter Emily, on stage and off, still brings in visitors.

* Brad A. Greenberg's The God Blog showed why the Los Angeles Press Club voted it 'Best Individual Web Log'

* GeekHeeb Adam Wills led the pack of Internet sleuths investigating the Great Montauk Monster

What does it all mean?

Mah norah ha-olam ha-zeh!

Happy New Year to all and to all a good night!


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