Written by: Greg Ellifritz
Last week, I posted an article linking to my most popular posts in 2016. In that article, I discussed how my “most popular” articles where not the same as my “best articles.” I liked many of the most popular articles (listed by page view), but I think other articles that I wrote were better…not necessarily better written, but more valuable overall. Many other articles contained far more useful information than the ones deemed “most popular.”
I received a deluge of requests asking for my opinion as to which of the articles were “my best” from last year. Below is a list of just that…articles that I think were most useful for my average reader. I didn’t rank them in any type of preference. They are simply ordered by date. I think all of them are extremely useful.
There are my top picks for 2016. Enjoy.
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