After writing for more than a year, I feel it’s time to let you know which articles are most popular here. Also for new readers (welcome!) to get a feel on what I write about and what goes on here. For this top 10 I use the statisticsapp Mint. If you have a weblog, I can highly recommend this stats-program. It gives you a variety of information without becoming too cluttered like other (free) counters. Best feature: You will get a RSS feed for referrers to your site. Excellent…
Alas, let us continue to The Top 10 WTNA Blogposts!
10. Get into Backpack easy: About the affiliate program Backpack introduced (Thanks everyone for the signups already!)
9. Share in my joy: The nice feeling of an empty Inbox. Maybe I should make a desktop wallpaper of the picture?
8. How to use shoeboes with GTD: Or how to be creative on a very strange level…
7. The difference between GTD at home and at work: Thoughts on how I implement GTD in my personal life and some of the questions that arise with it
6. Simple Outlook hack may save your day in the future: How changing the subjectline reduces your stresslevel on loosing email
5. 8 Steps to a succesfull and empty Inbox after your vacation: Read it, live it, love it. They work. Period.
4. The connection between GTD and Tai Chi: Two concepts with a very similar background. “Have as little form as possible to fully understand the principle”
3. My mind is playing tricks on me: Learning to envision ideas on the right time.
2. Mindmapping eBook?: Doubts on a PDF about mindmapping
And it shouldn’t be any surprise what the number one most read post is on this blog
<p>So there you have it, the top 10 of most read blogposts. Since I don't use Mint since the start of this blog, there are some articles who get less traffic, but are still worth reading. </p> <p>Noteworthy mentions</p> <ul> <li><a href="[urlhome]/?p=2026"><strong>How I got 9 Inboxes...</strong></a><br /> </li> <li><strong>The showdown between OnFolio and Evernote</strong> <a href="http://punkey.com/pivot/entry.php?id=1758">part 1</a> and <a href="http://punkey.com/pivot/entry.php?id=1790">part 2</a></li> <li><a href="http://punkey.com/pivot/entry.php?id=1768"><strong>Uncheck Outlook</strong></a>: A really simple trick to get things done!</li> </ul>(photo courtesy of <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/latitudes/56021383/">Todd Klassy</a>)