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Thankful for 10 Great Years

Blog: Jim Sinur

 I’ve been pretty good about letting folks know what seems to be getting read quarterly and annually. While I have the last 90-day summary included in this post, I also did an inception-to-date analysis to see what topics hit a home run for my typical audience, including business types and technical types. Before I dive into the charts as usual, I wanted to thank my loyal readers and say this blog experiment has turned out well. After I retired from full-time work with Gartner, I thought I still had more to give. While Garter was a great experience, the blog allowed me to explore topics that would not get past management and editor oversight. Grammarly and my dear wife, Sherry, guided me along the way. Sherry had a strong Digital career retiring from IBM in 2005, and was a great manager. 

The blog is now approaching 830K reads over 645 posts. It has been read from 30+ countries regularly. My one true hope is that I helped peeps in their everyday job and just maybe got them to think a little differently. I received many comments and participated in some really nice conversations with readers. Here are the most popular topics on the blog of all time. Customer Journeys, Automation (RPA), Real-Time Dashboards, AI, Digital Business Platforms (DBP), Process Modeling, and Trends. Besides the US and Russia, Europe dominated the readership over the last 10 years. 

                                MOST POPULAR BLOG POSTS OVER 10 YEARS


                                                          LAST 90 DAYS

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