Ooops, I’m a little later this year with my reflections on 2009 as a blogger (last year I managed to do it on New Years Day – oh well, better late than never).
I can tell you that I post exactly 100 times (but 42 of those were in the first 3 months), and that there were just over 14,300 visits to the site. January and December were the two busiest months, with about 2000 visits each. The busiest day was Dec 2 when this post got over 200 clicks.
The most popular posts from 2009 were:
#2 A juicy tale of international expansion (about Boost Juice)
and very strangely, one about toilets at #3 Toto, we’re not in Tokyo anymore…
The aforementioned Dec 2 post Why don’t more producers sell on-line? came in at #4 (and thus has the highest average visitors per day).
#5 confirms a retailing bias with Capabilities do matter (about Zara, Ikea & H&M)
And the post from 2008 asked is there Too much Wii in this Blue Ocean? still attracts loads of readers.
Thank you to all who have visited, commented, argued and critiqued. I relish the engagement and the challenge. Here’s to a great 2010…