Sometimes it takes a colleague or a good friend to give us a dope slap and get our butts in gear. In this case the honor goes to Patrick Schaber at The Lonely Marketer. Patrick is currently enjoying a positive flux in his subscriber numbers, so he put together a list of his most popular posts that some of his newer readers might have missed. He invited me to do the same. While I don't always jump into the meme thing, I do so when I think there's some value to be gained for my readers.
It's funny how a simple exercise like this allowed me reminisce about what I was thinking or what was going on in my life at a particular time. In addition, it also made me realize that my blogging ability - from interacting with others to my depth of analysis and my writing - has improved with time. Kind of makes me wish I could edit some of those earlier entries! (Well, I could, but I shouldn't.)
So here are my most popular posts, as determined by traffic volume, from the last 10 months or so:
I'm Lovin' It
On Corporate Blogging
When Should a CEO Blog?
If Ancient Rome Had the Internet
What Would David Ogilvy Twitter?
Quick Thought on Being Different
As I read those posts, I realized that the level of popularity is directly related to the style that I affect on my blog (and in real life, for that matter). It's a combination of informed intelligence, opinion and humor. I hope you'll enjoy them, if you haven't read them yet.
And continuing the tradition, I'd love to see popular posts from:
What's popular on your blog?