For the last 10 years, I’ve been posting once a month (or more) on this blog.
Now, with 150 posts and almost 1,000,000 views under my belt, it feels like time for a change. That’s why from now on, I’ll post less often than before.
I’m still fascinated by public speaking, data visualisation, and business communication in general. And I believe people’s need for help and inspiration in those fields is just as great as ever. So I’m sure you’ll find new tips and videos shared here from time to time.
You could say:
“It’s not goodbye, it’s just au revoir”
So until the next time, all the best with your presentations. And as this blog’s header-image says:
“Here’s to better presenting!”
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Thanks for your continued support, reading & commenting on this blog.
In just the last 18 months, you and thousands of other people from over 200 territories have viewed my posts 300,000 times.
So with your help, today Remote Possibilities reached what I think are some rather momentous milestones:
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Plenty of fives there, and I like the way they sound!
Again, thank you so much for your support, and I look forward to reaching many more milestones in the months and years ahead.
I owe you and other readers here a huge…
Thank you for your part in taking this blog to over 200,000 page views, which happened just now.
When I started Remote Possibilities in November 2011, I never dreamed it’d clock up that many views over time. It’s also amazing to me that I’ve been blogging for 3½ years now.
After all, over those same years, it’s sobering to realise how many great public-speaking blogs have ground to a halt, like these 10:
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As I write, this week marks the 1st anniversary of the Remote Possibilities blog. It’s you who (with other visitors from over 120 countries) have made this project successful, by reading, Liking, linking, commenting, subscribing, tweeting, and otherwise sharing the content. So to you and all the other visitors who’ve made this venture so worthwhile, I say:
Visitors to this blog – top 20 countries
I thought you might be interested to see where most visitors come from, so here’s a chart of the top 20 countries. Click it if you’d like to zoom in. (WordPress just started publishing country stats in February, so the chart relates to the last 9 months, rather than all 12.)
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