2010 was a rather quiet year for my blog. My blog didn’t see much of me this year, only 24 posts this year. As for my other social media presence, it’s been mostly quiet all across. My RSS reader missed me, on many occasions I would mark 1000s of unread items as read and try to start again. Tweeting also took back seat. Tweetstats tells me I posted only 854 tweets in 2010 against more than 2000 the previous year. And still, sometime during this year, this blog completed three years, crossed 50,000 hits and more than 370 feed subscribers. Google Analytics tells me that hits this year were marginally more than last year.
During the year, my role changed from primarily developing elearning content to providing learning solutions for the Indian market. It’s mostly about selling training in various form factors, including instructor led and elearning. What’s interesting is the work we are doing with various ministries in the Government of India on employability and skill development, something that I hope to write more about in the coming year. The new role also takes me even closer to the actual implementation of learning solutions and is providing me new insights. I am hoping to make up for my sparse blogging last year in 2011.
Some of the posts I wrote in 2009 and 2008 continue to be popular and appear in the most read posts in 2010. My top 5 read posts in 2010 were:
- Rules for Kids and Teenagers for Facebook Usage (2009) is the most read post on my blog, not just last year but in this history of this blog.
- Top 10 Qualities of a Good Manager (2010)
- Instructional Designer Competencies (2008)
- eLearning and Content Development Salaries in India (2009) continues to intrigue the readers
- 5 Reasons Why You are Not Being Promoted (2009)
As for the posts I wrote in the year, my personal top 5 posts of 2010 are:
- How to Become a Thought Leader
- Recognition Beyond Awards
- Would You Fire Your Best Performer
- Collaboration: It’s Not About Technology, It’s About the Culture
- Dealing with Office Bully
Thank you again for continuing to read this blog.