2014 was a great year for me and the blog. So many fun and exciting things happened as well the opportunity to learn from a lot of mistakes that I made along the way. I love taking the time to reflect on the time passed and create a plan to tackle the coming year. My year end goal was to give the website a cleaner look, and that was semi-accomplished. I still have some work to get older posts that are generating traffic an updated look for 2015; this is the power of creating evergreen content. My post popular blog post of 2014 was one that written in January 2014. This post generated much traffic during the year and is still being viewed many times a day. From that post and the others that are “popular” I can create better content that I know you [my readers] want to see more of in 2015.
I had quite a few lofty goals that were pushed to the wayside this year to make room for other things in the business and personal life. I saw a significant drop in traffic when I found myself without the desire to write as much as I wanted. Seeing the results of my lack of motivation throughout the year helped me to think about how I am going to take on 2015 with a new baby and homeschooling a 5-year-old. I know that I need a plan in place, or every day will disappear as quickly as they come. To help alleviate this, I have created daily planner sheets that I find contributes to keeping me focused and not overwhelmed. You can find these printable worksheets in the shop. I am still working on creating other methods that will keep things under control and successful and can’t wait to share these with you.
But for now I want to share the top five blog posts and the top five power pins from Pinterest.
Top 5 Blog Posts of 2014
Home Business Startup Bible Review
Double Pinterest Followers With A 1-2-Punch
Create Amazing Landing Pages Without Coding
Why Brainstorming is Essential to Blogging [Free Printable]
The Secret to Never-Ending Content: Batching