Top blog posts from 2013

Tomorrow I will post a full review of the visitor activity on this website and blog. It may be of interest if you are into blogging.

For now here are the top 10 blog posts from 2013 – ranked by the number of times they were read (according to my wordpress stats). Feel free to take a look if you missed any of them first time round:

  1. 9 accountants’ business card mistakes – 2,246
  2. Succinct advice to help anyone win new clients – 2,188
  3. 25 reasons people change their accountants – 1,972
  4. How to build your personal brand – 1,824
  5. How do you know when a blog is worthwhile? – 1,802
  6. Lessons for accountants from dating sites – 1,691
  7. Stop talking about your USP – it’s the same as other accountants – 1,600
  8. What skills set does it take to be successful as an accountant or tax adviser? – 1,568
  9. Accountants caught lying on their websites – 1,560
  10. 6 reasons people without accountants think accountants are boring – 1,540

I have also noted below those posts from 2013 that attracted the most comments:

  1. What skills set does it take to be successful as an accountant or tax adviser? (27)
  2. How do you reply when asked: What do you do? (8)
  3. 6 reasons people without accountants think accountants are boring (6)
  4. Accountants caught lying on their websites (5)
  5. No one cares HOW you do what you do (5)

Most of my blog posts attract none, one or two comments. I’d love there to be more. You are always welcome to comment even if you simply confirm that you agree with what I have written but especially if you disagree or have a question – which I will generally attempt to answer.

By |2013-12-31T09:22:19+00:00December 31st, 2013|Blogging, No longer current|

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Mark Lee FCA is an accountancy focused futurist, influencer, speaker, mentor, author and debunker.

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