Top Posts and Commenters for February 2012

In case you missed them, here are my top ten posts for February 2012, along with my top ten commenters. I am sending each of the top commenters a free copy of A Chance in the World: An Orphan Boy, a Mysterious Past, and How He Found a Place Called Home by Steve Pemberton.

Wordle Graphic for February 2012

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Here are my top ten posts:

  1. How to Setup Google Calendar on Your iPhone 4 (07/05/2010)
  2. Creating Your Personal Life Plan (03/11/2011)
  3. The Beginner’s Guide to Twitter (11/28/2011)
  4. The Secret to Happiness As You Get Older (02/13/2012)
  5. 3 Actions You Can Take Now to Shift Your Emotional State (02/02/2012)
  6. Fix for Wireless Connection Problems on MacBook Pro (01/01/2007)
  7. How to Organize Evernote for Maximum Efficiency (05/02/2011)
  8. The Fastest Way to Get a Book Contract—Guaranteed (10/03/2009)
  9. How to Become a Twitter Ninja in Less than 30 Minutes a Day (02/15/2012)
  10. 20 Questions to Ask Other Leaders (06/19/2009)

In the list above, I placed the date the post was first published in parenthesis. Several items worth noting. (This was similar last month.)

  • Only three of the top ten were actually written in February. This is a consistent pattern as my archive of content grows.
  • Four of the top ten were written more than a year ago. This demonstrates how long blog content can remain relevant.
  • The list continues to be eclectic—leadership, tech, social media, life planning. I’d like to focus more, but I enjoy writing on a variety of topics.

Congratulations to the top ten commenters for the month. They were:

This list does not include my terrific group of Community Leaders, who, by virtue of their role, made more comments than anyone.

Questions: If you blog, what was your top post for February? Why do you think that was the case? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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