Looking Backward: Top Syndicated Articles from repubHub by Page Views, Month by Month for 2017

Posted on Jan 08, 2018
By Andrew Elston

Looking back at the news this past year it’s no surprise that Trump and those who surround him accounted for many of the most syndicated articles from repubHub in 2017, but it is interesting that women in Trump’s administration were the subjects of interest, not Trump himself, in five months.

It was refreshing to see that subjects other than Trump rose to the top in popularity. The generosity of Rick Steves, as reported by Good News Network, was one of the most viewed articles of 2017.  

Looking Backward: repubHub Articles Most Republished by Multiple Website Editors in November

Posted on Dec 13, 2017
By Andrew Elston

Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from across republishers’ websites.

Looking back at November, we identify 10 articles that were the most republished by multiple website editors, not necessarily those that had the most page views.

Looking Backward: repubHub Articles that Drew Reader’s Attention (and Horror) in October

Posted on Nov 09, 2017
By Andrew Elston

Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from across republishers’ websites. Looking backward is an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from and where we may be going—and gives editors a snapshot of what grabbed readers’ attention.

Looking Backward: September’s Top Syndicated Articles from Leading repubHub Publishers

Posted on Oct 25, 2017
By Andrew Elston

Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from across republishers’ websites. Looking backward is an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from and where we may be going—and gives editors a snapshot of what grabbed readers’ attention.

Looking Back at August’s Top Articles by Page Views

Posted on Sep 26, 2017
By Andrew Elston

Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from across republishers’ websites. Looking backward is an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from and where we may be going—and gives editors a snapshot of what grabbed readers’ attention.

Surprisingly, the top two articles in August were about Obamas and not Trump. Even more surprisingly, the most viewed syndicated article in August wasn’t about Barack Obama, but Malia. Not surprisingly, coverage of the Charlotte protests and white nationalists drew readers’ attention. Houston, Mike Pence, Scott Baio, and ancient ground sloths (really!) also drew editors’ and readers’ attention.

Here are the top ten syndicated articles from August:

Meet Up With the repubHub Team at ONA17 in DC

Posted on Sep 14, 2017
By Andrew Elston

Find out how you can extend your editorial coverage with syndicated content from world-class publishers and websites—for free!

Looking Back at July’s Top Articles: From Business to War & Conflict We Present Content by Category

Posted on Aug 24, 2017
By Andrew Elston

We're back. We took a little vacation this June, but the content was there, just as it always is. You can always count on repubHub for ready-to-republish, world-class content.

Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from across republishers’ websites. Looking backward is an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from and where we may be going—and gives editors a snapshot of what grabbed readers’ attention.

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This month we list the top articles from eleven of our content categories in July:

Looking Back at May’s Top 10 Articles: Everything Not Trump (And a Few that Were)

Posted on Jun 22, 2017
By Andrew Elston

Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from across republishers’ websites. Looking backward is an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from and where we may be going—and gives editors a snapshot of what grabbed readers’ attention. 

Looking Backward: Good News Dominates in April! Quite Literally!

Posted on May 09, 2017
By Andrew Elston

Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from across republishers’ websites. Looking backward is an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from and where we may be going—and gives editors a snapshot of what piqued readers’ attention. 

After many months when articles with the keywords “Trump” or “Conway” dominated the news and our republishers' attention, it was delightful to read Good News Network’s uplifting exclusive, Rick Steves Sacrifices Nest Egg to House Dozens of Homeless Women and Kids. Not only was this the top article republished in April, it was one of the most viewed articles in the history of our network. So, as Geri-Weis-Corbley, founder and editor of Good News Network, likes to say, “Good happens!” 

Looking Backward: February’s Most Popular Syndicated Articles

Posted on Mar 09, 2017
By Andrew Elston

Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from the republishers’ websites. Looking backward often gives us a whiff of what lies ahead—and reminds us of where we have come from.


No surprises here: Donald Trump and his administration continued to dominate the news, political analysis, and commentary of publications across the globe. Trending headlines and syndicated articles from repubHub followed this movement in February.