We’ve survived another “Doomsday”! Now, as 2012 draws to a close, I thought it would be interesting to look back briefly before we march into the new year.
For starters, let’s look at which of my posts have been the most read in the past year:
6. Overcoming the 9 Fundraising NOs (Bernard Ross)
I invite you to read any posts you might have missed by clicking on the title above. If you’ve read them all, thank you for being a committed reader.
I’m honored to know that I have readers from around the world. (I love the Internet!) While I appreciate all of my readers, I thought it would be interesting to look, beyond the United States, to see my top ten countries for readership:
2. United Kingdom
6. New Zealand
Just like I value all of my readers, I also greatly appreciate those who take the time to “Like” my posts, Tweet my posts, re-blog my posts, and comment on my posts. In particular, I want to recognize the following people who have commented most often:
2. Jeff Steele
Writing is a rather lonely activity. So, I particularly enjoy it when folks comment, even if I don’t necessarily agree. I like the conversations. I welcome the additional insights. I appreciate being made to think a bit more deeply. I invite all of my readers to join the conversation.
For 2013, I will have a couple of surprises for you. And, I’ll be offering a chance for you to win a copy of my book, Donor-Centered Planned Gift Marketing. To make sure you don’t miss any of my regular posts, guest posts, and Special Reports, I encourage you to subscribe to my blog (in the right-hand column).
I have three final messages for 2012: First, I thank you for your readership and your support. Second, I thank you for everything you do to make the world a better place. Third, I wish you and yours the very best in 2013.
That’s what Michael Rosen says… What do you say?