In case you missed them, I have listed my top ten posts for February 2011, along with my top ten commenters. I am sending each of the top commenters a free copy of The Noticer: Sometimes, All a Person Needs Is a Little Perspective by Andy Andrews.
Here are my top ten posts. I wrote five of these posts more than a year ago. If you are a blogger, you can continue to generate significant traffic for old posts, provided you are intentional about it. (I outline my strategy in a blog post called, “Recycling Your Blog Content.”)It didn’t hurt that Lifehacker linked to my top post. That alone quadrupled my daily traffic the day after I posted it.
Also, my About page continues to be in the top ten. If you are a blogger, this is why it is important to carefully engineer this page. You might want to read “10 Ways to Create a Better About Page for Your Blog.”
- A Better Filing System for Public Speakers (and Writers)
- Fix for Wireless Connection Problems on MacBook Pro
- Creating a Life Plan
- Four Reasons Why the Sales Growth of e-Books Will Be Slower Than Industry Executives Think
- An Interview with Todd Burpo, Author of Heaven Is for Real
- Literary Agents Who Represent Christian Authors
- Is Romans 8:28 Still in the Bible?
- How to Update Your Facebook Status with Twitter
- Anatomy of an Effective Blog Post
My top ten commenters were:
Uma Maheswaran S
For March, I’m going to give a free copy of Donald Miller’s book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I Learned While Editing My Life, to each of my top 10 commenters.
Ready. Set. Go!