Today marks a milestone for my blog, my 1,001 post. Amazing!
I wanted to thank all my readers, especially those who visit daily, who read my posts, learn something new, and share their experiences. Thank you for the opportunity to meet and chat with you online and in-person over the years.
To celebrate, I’m taking a look back at five of the most popular posts on the blog.
Who knew when Google launched their new version of Maps that many users would want to continue using the previous version?
The free PPSplit add-on allows you to divide your animation effects across PowerPoint slides. Though the post is over four years old, the author continues to update the PPSplit add-on for newer versions of Office.
Email marketing is as popular as ever, and designers are looking to transition to designing newsletters that work well on all devices.
This post is one of my favorites. I’m glad others found it useful to learn how to create your own transcripts and captions for videos.
When nRelate, the WordPress plugin that displayed related content at the end of your post, announced they were closing down last year, bloggers were left scrambling for alternatives. My post offered a review of two free WordPress plugin options.
What Kind of Posts Do You Want to Read?
Over the years, I’ve tried to identify topics readers will enjoy, sharing information and resources for web design, accessibility, WordPress, local events, the Internet, and productivity.
I’d love to hear what content you like. Tell me, are there specific types of posts you want to see on the blog? Take my poll.