Scott Monty - Strategic Communications & Leadership Advisor

Scott Monty - Strategic Communications & Leadership Advisor

I feel like I've been asleep at the wheel here over the last week or so. Having some time off between gigs has been therapeutic and invigorating, but it had the unintended side effect of making me less engaged with my blogging, rather than more.

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:
Greg Verdino
Bryan Person
Doug Haslam
Donna Papacosta
Paull Young

What's popular on your blog?

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