Even though I post less often now that I’ve returned to semi-full-time work, the blog on average attracted some 2,000 unique visitors a month this year. That’s up from a dismal low of 50 unique visitors a month when I first started out in 2009 and an average of 500 unique visitors a month in 2010 and 1,400 unique visitors a month in 2011. I’m humbled that my feed has grown into my greatest source of visitors.
To wrap out 2012, here’s a list of the top 10 blog posts you, the readers, found most interesting this year. It seems leading online communities was the year’s hottest topic.
1. Castrating Hate-Fueled Leaderless Web 2.0 Swarms?
2. Web 2.0 Suicide, Not Armageddon, Komen’s Problem
3. Video Clip of the Month: Leading Online Communities
4. Limits on Federal Public Relations Activities? Sort of…
5. Mobilizing Grassroots Communities with Social Media
6. HOW TO: Unleash the ‘Crowd’ to Create Change
7. Video Clip of the Month: Precise Strategies Liberate
8. Using #SMEM Lessons Learned for Public Diplomacy
9. Video Clip of the Month: Women Who Tech Promo
10. Understanding Values from Around the World
Stay tuned for an even bigger and brighter 2013. I’m so thankful to be taking this journey through cyberland with all of you.