Joe’s most popular blogs….


Many visitors to my website have inquired as to which blog story has been the most popular.

Since the website has been up for five years now, it would seem that the older blogs would have the most views, but that is not always the case. Some of these blog articles have also been published in other periodicals, and have proven popular in that media as well.


Here are the eight most popular blogs on my website:

Note: some photos in the included links may not come through on cell phones.


  1. What’s In a Name, been by far the most popular blog on my website, having been viewed close to thirty thousand times. This blog includes a number of my own quotes, plus quite a few quotes from other authors of note. I periodically add additional quotes to this blog, so many people check on it from time to time to see what’s new.

  2. Memoirs & Essays of the Vietnam War. blog is a collection of writings from individuals who either served in the war, or were affected by it in some way. It has been very popular, and may surpass What’s In a Name at some point in the future. This article was also published in “Dispatches” the periodical magazine of the Military Writer’s Society of America”.

  3. Guest Writer – Arne Vainio, M.D.’s article about his interactions with an old WWII veteran touched many readers, and showcased his outstanding writing abilities.

  4. Guest Writer – Emily Strange.’s poignant piece regarding her duties in Vietnam as a Doughnut Dollie has been viewed many times.

  5. The Critters of Vietnam. article, in which I discuss all the wildlife we encountered during our tours of duty in Vietnam has also been very popular. This article was also published in “Dispatches”, the periodical magazine of the Military Writer’s Society of America.

  6. The Return. story describing my experience upon my return from Vietnam has prompted many responses, especially from other veterans whose experiences were similar.

  7. Perch Fishing in Old Kenosha. story about our old perch fishing days in Kenosha, Wisconsin, which was also published in Our Wisconsin magazine has tickled the memory (and funny bone) of many “Old Kenoshans”, and others as well.

  8. The Heart of a Warrior, the Soul of a Writer. response to this article, about my friend the late Jim Northrup has been phenomenal.

About the Author

Joe Campolo Jr.

Joe Campolo, Jr. is an award winning author, poet and public speaker. A Vietnam War Veteran, Joe writes and speaks about the war and many other topics. See the "Author Page" of this website for more information on Joe. Guest writers on Joe's blogs will have a short bio with each article. Select blogs by category and enjoy the many other articles available here. Joe's popular books are available thru Amazon, this website, and many other on-line book stores.

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