January's question is a little more open ended. "What are your best (or if you want your worst) post(s) and why?" This is a pretty tough question. I am not sure how one even defines best or worst. Doug made several suggestions including page visits, comments count, or qualitative. I think overall I will have to go with qualitative because, to be honest, I have very few comments or page visits or comments.
What is my best post? Well, I think that in the context of blogging archaeology, it would pretty much have to be one of the posts where I actually talk about archaeology. So many of my post are about GIS in general or in another industry. However, the times I do talk about archaeology I tend to write a lot more. I am a little more passionate about the subject matter and tend to put more into it.
In contrast, my worst post would have to be any post that is not about archaeology. Right? No, I definitely think that archaeologists, GIS professionals, really anybody could gain something out of what I write. I hope that my posts appeal to anybody that wants to read about new developments in GIS. So I think then that my worst posts would definitely have to be the ones where I am just filling in space because it is a scheduled writing day. The ones where I say, "hey not actually posting today." Yeah, there is not a lot of effort or information going on in those.
Stay tuned for the next post. I am going to review on of December's posts that really struck a cord with me. I liked what I read and thought that expanding on it using my experiences in CRM and GIS. It should be good.