My Most Popular Posts of 2016

A look back at what resonated with my readers this past year.

Before hitting the publish button, no writer knows which posts will find an audience and which will find crickets. Sure, there are plenty of headline-analysis tools out there, but make no mistake: blogging still inheres a great deal of unpredictability.

Blogging still inheres a great deal of unpredictability.

Plenty of times, I’ve penned what I thought was a pretty solid musing only to find its page views wanting. By the same token, some of my fairly prosaic posts have garnered far more traffic than I would have expected.

Without further ado, here’s a list of my most popular posts from this year:

  1. Reporting vs. Analytics
  2. Big Data and Teenage Sex
  3. Why I Quit the Web‑Design Business
  4. Which Is Better? Role‑ or Process‑Based Training?
  5. Five Tips for a Successful CRP
  6. Working with Partners: The Case for Actually Talking
  7. Kranzberg’s Six Laws of Technology
  8. Poker, Predictive Analytics, and Big Data
  9. 6 Radical Ways to Reduce E‑Mail
  10. Dilbert and Big Data

In case you’re wondering, according to WordPress this was my least popular post. Feel free to show it some love by clicking on it.

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