Well, folks, here’s the year-end wrap-up for this blog– you did great!

BullRidingMarketing had 14,000 views in 2012.

The busiest day of the year was January 8th with 215 views. The most popular post that day was Pete Farley Update. That should tell the PBR what we want to hear about: when a rider is out of action, it doesn’t mean the audience has forgotten him! We want the followup on rider injuries and rehab.

The most commented on post in 2012 was Old News—because some things are worth reporting─ Des Moines

These posts had the most views in 2012:

1) Championship Round & Saturday Night: Madison Square Garden Invitational Jan. 8-9. The winner: Valdiron de Oliveira!

2) Eyewitness: “Dr. Barks” Talks About the Finals–Photos Included

3) Response from PBR Board Member to Petition to Reinstate Justin McKee Remember that one? The Board had no power over whether Justin McKee was fired? Ha!

4) Pete Farley Update

5) Ty Murray InvitationaL 3.26.11 Albuquerque, New Mexico

The top referring sites were:






Thanks especially to the one and only Stockyard Queen for herding people over here!

Most visitors to my blog came from the U.S.– including Alaska! Australia and Brazil were right behind. Visitors also came from Europe, Canada, India, the former USSR, and Turkey– 88 countries in all!

The top commenters have been:


Becky Thompson


Cindy Glaser


Give yourselves a hand!

The all-time numbers:



Ya done good, folks!

Stay tuned for reports from Madison Square Garden next.


About Bull Riding Marketing

Creative services, marketing and public relations professional from entertainment industry background. Published in magazines and newspapers worldwide. I believe bull riders are the new rock stars.
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  1. Becky Thompson says:

    Once again, another new year and more changes for the PBR. Back to one short go, counting points not money, new short go for somewhere between 10 to 15 riders, etc., etc. What other legitimate pro sport could get by with new rules each and every season. Really PBR???? I don’t even understand the new scoring/points process. Why have the rules been changed and for what reason? Have the Brazilians won too many times? We will never know from the PBR website as any person that dares to disagree gets their posting rights revoked. Very one sided.


  2. CINDY GLASER says:

    We’ve quit watching PBR since it’s become so trashy and especially since Chris Shivers, Justin McKee and Rob Smets are no longer a part of it. Used to go to Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Columbus when it was there, but it’s just not family fare anymore. They’ve ruined an entertaining, challenging sport and made it a spectacle no longer fit to be watched, IF you can even find it on the ever changing channel lineup. We try to watch CBR whenever we can. It, at least, still upholds the original spirit of the sport. Guess we’ll have to hold out for the once a year NFR telecasts.


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