2015 by the Numbers

Jan 5, 2016
Joe Buhlig
~2 mins

With 2015 completed, we’ll start seeing numbers roll in summarizing what happened throughout the year. So I thought I would pull together this site’s numbers for 2015. It’s been a ride.

Top Articles

This is the most basic form of counting I do: how many views did each article receive? The OmniFocus Setup article has always been my top article, but one of the newcomers is the Monthly Planning article. It made the top 10 in views for the year and it’s only been live for three weeks.

Article Pageviews Published Date
1. OmniFocus Setup and Workflow 12,637 2014-07-14
2. Evernote Setup and Workflow 3,492 2015-01-23
3. Using OmniFocus for Someday/Maybe Lists 3,476 2015-05-01
4. Using Drafts 2,910 2015-10-09
5. OmniFocus Auto-Parser 1,613 2015-09-04
6. My OmniFocus Home Screen 1,410 2015-06-05
7. Getting Things Done: Introduction 1,370 2014-10-24
8. A Chaotic Week with GTD 1,234 2015-05-29
9. Getting Things Done: A Day In The Life 1,142 2014-12-05
10. Monthly Planning 831 2015-12-14

Whaddya Know Joe?

One of my goals for 2015 was to step into the podcasting world, and I have been amazed by the number of you who have been listening. Whaddya Know Joe? has only been public for about five months and it managed to break the 10,000 downloads mark right at the end of December.

Here are the top five episodes by download count:

Episode Downloads Published Date
1. 5: Developing a Task Management System 929 2015-09-15
2. 11: Using Evernote for GTD 813 2015-10-27
3. 12: The Higher Horizons 767 2015-11-10
4. 9: Really? Journaling? 710 2015-10-13
5. 6: Collecting and Storing Research 691 2015-09-22

Working with OmniFocus

This is my favorite accomplishment of 2015. I had been wanting to write a book for a long time but never had the time. It seems that there were a lot of you interested in reading it as well. In two short months, there were 667 copies of Working with OmniFocus sold! I wasn’t expecting anywhere near that number when I started, and I’ve been overwhelmed by the feedback. Thank you.

H&A Tech

In August, I left the company I was working for and started my own business. It was a fast and unnerving transition, but I’m thrilled to be where I am today. I’m able to work on the projects I love and build things with little or no delay. If I get a crazy idea, I can pursue it without worrying about politics or the red tape of company approvals. I wish I could have done this sooner.