Happy New Year, faithful PumpTalk readers! As is the custom at this time of year, I like to make resolutions, including some over here at PumpTalk. We're going to try to be a bit more consistent about posting this year. And we also want to make sure we're posting what YOU want to read.
I've gone through our stats and made a list of what was most popular with you last year. The posts that you read the most in 2018 fall into six categories:
Gas Prices - these are the whole reason this blog exists. No one is surprised these are the most popular.
Fuel Efficiency - these were posts that shared ideas on how you can drive more efficiently and possibly save fuel through your driving practices and upkeep of your vehicle.
Driving and Safety-Related Content - these posts discussed being safe when you drive and protecting others on the road in different circumstances (weather change, time change, holiday time, etc.)
Information about our Stations and Fuels - we shared a variety of content about our stations and our fuels, including how our gas pumps work, whether we still have full service stations and using octane boosters and high octane gasoline.
Newsy Items - this was a bit of a catch-all group of posts, ranging from different Canadian cities' plans for congestion pricing and how much gasoline Canadians use. Posts that our news and data wonks really like to get crunchy with.
Fun Content - ok, I'm not going to lie, these ones are the most fun to write. They had to do with cool road trips to take in Canada or the history of driving in Canada.
For 2019, we'd like to hear from you – so we’re doing a PumpTalk survey! Please take a moment to let us know what you’ve enjoyed reading on PumpTalk this year and weigh in on some ideas we have for future posts. And if you have any topics of your own, please leave them in the suggestion box at the end of the survey. Thanks!