In the summer I started to use the LinkedIn publishing service to cross-post things from my own blog onto the business social network. Although the editing tools are a bit ropey, and the reporting non-existent, people seem to be commenting on LinkedIn articles a lot more than on my own site (mostly I guess because I’ve had to force people to log into the WordPress site to comment to keep spam at bay – and by default people are already registered and logged into LinkedIn).
So after about six months of using the service, here’s the last countdown for the year – the Top Ten Posts on LinkedIn:
A follow up to what was the most popular post I had this year (more of that in a moment)
News of an event coming to London at some point in the first few months of 2015
Some thoughts on how easy it seems for people to set up Spam accounts on LinkedIn
Just what it says on the tin.
A piece of crowdsourcing that turned into a presentation for a client earlier this month.
Thoughts on generating some of your own luck.
One of a few posts I’ve written on the hype that is Big Data.
Most people don’t speak when in a group of any size. Why should we expect anything different when people are online?
Why early adopters shouldn’t expect prior evidence (and how CEOs appear to be a pretty risk-averse bunch)
Reflections on the news of Apple & IBM partnering around Enterprise Apps (and demonstrating the power of having a post featured on the front page of LinkedIn, with over 5,000 views of this post to date).
So there we go. A busy year of blogging in 2014. Here’s to the next one!