Celebrating Our Second Year… Continuing a Trend of Innovation
July 1, 2009 marked the second anniversary of the StrategyDriven website and we have experienced considerable growth and innovation! Since July 1, 2008, we have tripled our number of registered members and have grown to a peak of:
- 1,035 registered members
- 9,107 unique monthly visitors
- 22,090 monthly site visits
- 69,519 monthly page views
Our website has also grown, now offering insights on strategic business planning and tactical execution through:
- 229 principle, best practice, and warning flag postings – covering 24 management and leadership categories
- 27 episodes of the StrategyDriven Podcast – ranked in the top three of all business podcasts during the last 12 months and twice voted as the number one business podcast!
- 20 Interviews
- 5 whitepapers
- 8 models and
- the monthly edition of the StrategyDriven Newsletter – click here to sign up
As a community, we are fortunate to have had several of our members share their insights with us through posted comments including:
- Mark Horstman, Manager Tools (www.Manager-Tools.com)
- Todd Watkins, The Immigration Truth (www.TheImmigrationTruth.com)
- John Bogard, Fountainhead (www.Fountainhead.org)
- Kenneth Sawka, Outward Insights (www.OutwardInsights.com)
- John Ringland, New Civilization Network (www.NewCiv.org)
Finally, we have been complimented by many reviewers and websites linking to us including:
- examiner.com (www.examiner.com)
- Small Business Trends Radio (www.SmBTrendWire.com)
- EatonWeb (portal.eatonweb.com)
- Cision (baconsblog.typepad.com)
- Podcast Alley (www.PodcastAlley.com) – ranked number 1, 2, or 3 of over 2500 business podcasts each month and
- over 100 other websites linking to StrategyDriven
The StrategyDriven family would like to thank you, our readers and listeners, for helping to make our second year even more successful than the first! We truly appreciate your time and your insights and we look forward to an exciting year to come.
All the Best,
Director, Communications and Marketing
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