Written by: Greg Ellifritz
Last week, I posted an article linking to my most popular posts in 2017. In that article, I discussed how my “most popular” articles were 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. What I consider my “best” is when I provide the most unique and valuable advice on a given topic. My “best” is doing what others cannot. All of my “best articles” contain ideas or tactics that you won’t find anyplace else on the internet. My best articles contain groundbreaking information and analysis that is superior and unique when compared to other writings in the field.
Below is a list of just that…articles that I think were most useful and valuable 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.
These are my top picks for 2017. I look forward to providing you with more useful content in the new year to come!