Monday: Find out the most read stories of 2012 on tulsaworld.com
BY JASON COLLINGTON World Web Editor
Sunday, December 30, 2012
The most-viewed stories this year were not the ones that sparked a lot of conversation online.
Readers posted the most comments on national issues, from Mitt Romney’s pick of Paul Ryan as vice president to the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Obamacare.
The most viewed stories were all local, ranging from being odd to fatal shootings in the heart of the city. Almost all of them not only received a lot of viewership from people in Oklahoma but also from across the globe.
Each month, about 1.9 million unique visitors come to tulsaworld.com. That doesn’t include those who visit the Tulsa World iPhone, iPad and Android apps.
More than 1,200 reader comments are added each day to stories posted online.
Find out which stories were the most read online in 2012 in Monday's Tulsa World.