I’m a sucker for an infographic, so imagine my surprise when I saw this one in my email. For those of you who have followed me over the last couple of years, you would have known that until recently, I transferred my free WordPress site to a self hosted one in preparation for undertaking freelance consulting (and if things get desperate – if I’m surviving on vegemite sandwiches – back to fixed term contracts) once my current contract ends in June. Exciting times ahead but once again I digressed.
WordPress generate these visual annual reports that provide some basic data around my blogging behaviour. What highlighted to me was that there was one blog post that generated much traffic and discussion was around poor training courses and it was the same blog post that I was asked to ‘politely remove’ from my website.
The other blog post was “What’s the Point of Sharing Really?” and it’s not surprising that both these posts really relate to the same thing – on the possible danger of openness and transparency when sharing your work.
In one situation I shared and in the other, I was asked to delete the record.
If you’re interested in seeing more of the report, here’s the link or click on the image.
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