October saw a three percent increase in visitors over September. Here are the top four articles over the past thirty-one days. It is interesting that two are from September, showing considerable staying power. For those of you who are Jim Fulton fans, his posts were #5 and #6, the latter from August.
Number 4: Four Questions With Ann Handley, the number three article in September. Her easy-going and conversational style have resonated with so many of you, keeping you coming back for the second month in a row.
Number 3: This Week's Carnival of Business. In particular, the post by Christine Kane has been very well received, on this site and on many other sites.
Number 2: How Much Do You Really Pay To Watch Football? This was the number one article in September, and continues to draw a lot of visitors to the site.
Number 1: Does Homepage Design Influence Net Sales? This article really polarized folks. Some thought the discussion was spot-on, others thought the analysis was silly and uninformed. Regardless, it created a lot of debate and thought, and that is what I want to see here.
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