I’ve had Google Analytics installed on this site for some time now, which makes it a great resource for tracking the most popular posts of the year.
So here are the top 10 posts of 2007 based on traffic:
- The Best Global Web Sites of 2007
- Starbucks CEO on Globalization: Don’t Go Changing This quote from the Starbucks CEO speaks volumes about the company’s success around the world.
- Which Country; Which Language? A guest article by John Greenwood of InterPro Translation Services continues to be very popular.
- The Best Global Web Sites (and why) This entry is a nice summary of some of the best practices exhibited by the top sites in the 2007 Report Card.
- Register.Me Montenegro is getting its own country code (.me) and one can imagine the entertaining possibilities this domain presents for creative URLs.
- Staples: Asi de Facil Hardly a week goes by that I don’t press my “That was easy” button, translated in Spanish. They sell a lot of these here in San Diego. I’m still waiting for the Chinese version.
- If The World Were 100 People This is a personal favorite.
- Scaling a Great Wall: Top 5 Tips for Learning Chinese This is another guest article, by Saul Gitlin of Kang & Lee, and a very hot topic these days.
- Just Don’t Do It: The Art of Slogan Translation
- The Localization of iPhone
So there you have it — the top 10 entries out of the 99 entries posted in 2007. Yes, I know I’m not the most active blogger as bloggers go. But I only blog when the urge strikes and sometimes it just does not strike. Which is probably a good thing.
As Abraham Lincoln once said: Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.
And on that note I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year!