Hottest Extension Topics: What Should You Write About in May and June?

— Written By Mike Vysocka
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We realize that it’s not always easy to come up with ideas for new and engaging content, so we decided to put together this series of Hot Extension Topics to help get you started.

If we look back at the last few years of Google Analytics data (for all our sites), these were the posts that consistently drew the most traffic during May and June (or were published during May/June) and became popular later. While some posts are no longer published, many still are and continue to thrive even years after being written.

There were two major categories that emerged in our top May/June posts:

1) A Lot of Interest in All Things Tomatoes!

2) Emerging Problems in Gardens, Landscapes and Elsewhere