Top 5 posts of 2018 from mike-taylor.org

Top Posts of 2018

December is a time when many of us take a look back on the year to take stock of our accomplishments and consider the things that did and didn’t work. Part of my reflection on 2018 includes a peek at my website stats to see what the numbers look like. Here you can see the top 10 posts.

It is interesting (and I think pretty cool) that 3 of the top 4 and 6 of the top 10 are older posts that are still getting visitors. I’m happy to see those “evergreen” posts continuing to be relevant and helpful.

Top 5 2018 Posts

  1. Learning Conferences Calendar:
    L&D-related events in a searchable, easy-to-use place.
    https://mike-taylor.org/2018/01/09/learning-conferences-calendar/
    ..
  2. Better Than Bullet Points: Alternative Text Slide Designs
    A few good options for dealing with one of the most common slide design challenges – what do with text content.
    https://mike-taylor.org/2018/06/12/better-than-bullet-points-alternative-text-slide-designs/
    .
  3. The Best Free Tools for Amazing DIY Graphic Design
    Some of the best design tools that make it super easy for anyone to create professional looking graphic designs.
    https://mike-taylor.org/2018/08/21/the-best-free-tools-for-amazing-diy-graphic-design/
    .
  4. 5 More Great Books for Your Learning & Development Bookshelf
    Five books that have been helpful for me as a modern workplace professional.
    https://mike-taylor.org/2018/05/01/5-more-great-books-for-your-learning-development-bookshelf/
    .
  5. From Bullet Points to Beautiful with Beautiful.AI
    The folks at beautiful.ai manage to strike a very good balance between providing design guardrails and flexibility to make it virtually impossible to create an ugly slide deck.
    https://mike-taylor.org/2018/03/20/from-bullet-points-to-beautiful-with-beautiful-ai/

Top 5 All-time Posts

Since starting this blog way back in 2007 these are the all-time top five posts.

  1. 21 Questions to ask before Designing Any Training Program
    https://mike-taylor.org/2011/06/10/21-questions-to-ask-before-designing-any-training-program/
    .
  2. Free PowerPoint Visual Resume Template
    https://mike-taylor.org/2017/04/20/free-powerpoint-visual-resume-template/
    .
  3. 7 Free Course/Content Hosting Options
    https://mike-taylor.org/2016/02/15/7-free-coursecontent-hosting-options/
    .
  4. Learning Conferences Calendar:
    https://mike-taylor.org/2018/01/09/learning-conferences-calendar/
    .
  5. How to Share Elearning Courses Using Google Cloud Platform
    https://mike-taylor.org/2017/11/11/google-cloud-platform/

So that’s looking backward. What about looking forward? Is there anything you’d like to see here in 2019?

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