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