Faunalytics’ Best Of 2021
2021 was one of the most successful years in Faunalytics’ history. We published four new studies, made progress on seven others, released a range of video resources and infographics, and had record traffic to our website. What’s more, our Research Library maintained a steady publishing pace, with 200 study summaries and 50 blogs going live in 2021. This is a publishing pace we’ve developed over the course of years, and we feel it’s the right mix of quantity and quality — there is something for every animal advocate in our library, at a depth that helps advocates truly augment their work.
Below, we run down our top ten posts from 2021. As with previous years, the list shows just how varied our audience’s interests are, and just how much a simple study summary can gain a strong readership.
Ocean Life Fundamentals
Going Veg: Many Paths To One Goal
15 Years Of Wildlife Trade Data
Animal Testing & Vaccine Effectiveness
Twitter Trends Analysis
Greyhound Advocacy & Adoption
Are Consumers Really Confused By Plant-Based Food Labels?
Five Ways To Look Meat Alternatives
What Influences People To Go Vegan?
Popcorn And Wheek: British Guinea Pigs Are Doing Well
Was there a particular study summary, original study, or visual resource that you found especially useful this past year? We would love to hear about it. If you appreciate what we do, you can support our work to inform the animal advocacy movement.