Most viewed sets today

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These are the sets that have been viewed the most today:

SetViews
21313 Ship in a Bottle7712
10234 Sydney Opera House1780
40290 60 Years of the LEGO Brick812
7669 Anakin's Jedi Starfighter617
10144 Sandcrawler494
70620 NINJAGO City441
41333 Olivia's Mission Vehicle427
10260 Downtown Diner378
75059 Sandcrawler362
21310 Old Fishing Store332

 

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22 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

I am proposing to post an article like this every night at 11pm GMT.

Would you find it useful or interesting?

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By in United Kingdom,

Does sound pretty interesting. Maybe there could be a summary at the end of the week.

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By in United Kingdom,

I like it, but agree that once a day is probably a bit too often. Every 3 days?

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By in Australia,

Agree with end of the week maybe and top 10 sets viewed is perfect. Will be interesting to see what others are looking at

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By in Australia,

Without an analysis to go with it, it's not interesting - it's baffling. Why are so many people looking at the Opera House at the moment?

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By in United Kingdom,

Because it was linked to at Reddit/r/lego.

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By in Serbia,

Once per week sounds OK, maybe not on Sunday since that's when you do the other weekly stats. Perhaps add the top referrer (if any)?

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By in Netherlands,

I agree, Daily seems like it will just clog up the feed. Weekly would be enough, in my opinion.

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By in Australia,

Yeah I agree about it being weekly. IMO I don’t think the sets will differ much each day but we shall see

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By in France,

Good idea. As proposed also one or two times a week seems to be a good frequency. As people will search and look at sets for personal reasons or along with news, articles and reviews, releases or leaks... But for sure this information might interesting IMO. As we see many people have looked at Opera House when there seemed to have no reason. But eventually we knew why.

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By in Indonesia,

For me weekly is just fine. Daily will probably cause some drowning-out of "real" articles such as reviews, etc., cause they get pushed off the home page quicker.

Daily risks turning secondary information such as stats into some kind of primary information. For me, Brickset is 1st about Lego. Stats are nice, but secondary.

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By in United Kingdom,

I scrolled down the page to see what was happening & saw this there & though "That's interesting"
I suspect daily won't give much relevant info but a weekly one will

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By in United States,

Another interesting type of article! Love this and the random set idea! @Huw

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By in France,

@ Stevutz yep, that looked strange. all the other ones made sense. wow, ship in a bottle is drawing much attention

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By in United States,

Great idea Huw! Maybe a weekly article that includes a list, as you have above, but also a line chart showing how the top 10 trended over the week. This would probably illustrate how a reddit link could skew the numbers for one particular day (as in the case of the Sydney Opera House).

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By in Netherlands,

This is interesting. Also a lot of sets are in there that are supposed to get a remake in June

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By in United Kingdom,

Thanks everyone for the feedback. I think weekly will be sufficient should I decide to post them.

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By in United Kingdom,

Fantastic idea. Where are the viewing from?

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By in Australia,

I think we would also see the popularity of some top pages lasting another day or so after the weekly article since this list also counts as a referrer. I caught myself nearly clicking on 10234 for no good reason!

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By in Belgium,

Pretty fun idea, nice 'trending'. Agree on the weekly report and maybe a monthly summary too with a comparison graph :)

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By in United States,

I like the idea. Good chance to revisit sets and then browse around to figure out why they have suddenly become popular. A weekly round-up explaining why certain sets saw spikes would also be interesting.

If it's popular enough, maybe even develop some sort of metric to keep track of sets' popularity over time, kinda like a Billboard chart or IMDb Starmeter.

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