Track daily and total visits on your blog posts. Display the count as well as popular and trending posts.
A fantastic, flexible plugin that does what it says in a logical, efficient way! Also, Ajay's support for the plugin is fantastic (see the Support thread for examples). Definitely add this if you're needing a "popular posts" feature for your site!
Thanks for give to us the oportunity to use this plugin in our site. Very good job!
It's a good plugin. But, i hope performance could be better. during performance test, it took 62% of load time 1.6 seconds out of 2.5 seconds for 15 plugins load testing.
It works really well, thank you!
I was searching for a proffesional popular posts plugin with a lot of features and this is the best from everything i have try. it evens give the the ability to only take the posts id's and handle them as you pleased. It also has statistics daily and overall to track your hits.
Im waiting for the paid subscription to see what more we can have.
Also i must say that the author is giving great support and he help me until i have exactly the output i want from this plugin.
What more we can ask :)
Does just what I was looking for with very little hassle and the inclusion of shortcodes made integration a doddle.
Actually the author did help with a couple of pointers in a very timely way. Highly recommended.
Good work, thanks!
To try to help with performance issues on my growing anime/manga blog, I had to install W3-Total-Cache, which took a day to tweak to get the settings just right, but in the end, I saw a massive performance improvement. However, that came at a cost to JetPack's WordPress.com stats, which are used in JetPack's Top Posts/Pages widget. Basically, the caching meant that WordPress.com was unaware of pages getting hit. As such, I needed a new tool to do the job.
Enter Top 10. Not only do I have a widget to display my top ten posts in a fashion very similar to what JetPack did, but I have the option of customization from the size of the image icons used (assuming I use them at all), what's displayed in addition to the post title (post date, number of hits, etc.), to the time period I want to track what's trending, and so on. Further, I get a panel inside that allows me to see how posts are doing overall, and just for the day.
More importantly, this does work with W3-Total-Cache. In fact, because I ended up removing the Top Posts/Pages widget and deactivated the WordPress.com stats (which as I said, were useless because of W3-Total-Cache), my site's performance actually improved a bit, even with added Top 10 as a replacement. I was pretty happy about that. ^_^
Unlike any other it has the feature of picking up the first image of each post as thumbnail even if the image is linked with img tags from an external image hosting.
It also let you customize the output allowing you to add div class tags to the inner containers and make them look unique with CSS.
The plugin is constantly getting better Ajay always add new features and fix eventual bugs really fast, he always listen and consider users feedback.
This is really a great plugin to show a top 10 list with thumbnails.
Tip: For a better daily list, set the time period for the count to 2 days.
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