It seems that a lot of bloggers like to brag about their accomplishments, but I just wanted to share the most read post on JoeSpakeBlog.com for 2010.
Historic Broad Business Association and Livable Memphis’ temporary face lift of the Broad Avenue Arts District drew lots of enthusiasm and excellent attendance at the event. That carried over to making this my #1 read post of 2010.
Some of us are probably pretty happy to see 2010 pass into history, and for a new decade to get underway. It has been a year of challenges and opportunities. I like to take the days between Christmas and New Year’s day to reflect on the year- trends, what went right, what went wrong, and how to tackle 2011.
It’s that time of year when everyone is coming out with their lists of important people, events and trends from 2010. Here’s my collection of other people’s lists and year-end summaries. I hope you find something useful here:
State of the Blogosphere 2010 whether you are a blogger or blog reader, social media thought leader, Brian Solis‘ analysis and insights are interesting as well as revealing. This is a good piece for future reference.