#HappyNewYear everyone! 2014 #blog review / highlights #ProjectServer #ProjectOnline #Office365

January 1, 2015 at 12:52 pm | Posted in Information | 2 Comments
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Firstly Happy New Year to all, I think by now we are all in 2015! I hope that 2015 is a great year for all.

A quick review of my blog for 2014 can be seen below.

The blog was viewed around 90,000 times in 2014 with 618 views being the highest for 1 day with the most popular post that day being the Project Online Reporting Pack post.

The top five most visited posts in 2014 were as follows:

  1. https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2013/05/02/projectserver-2013-environment-migration-rollover-steps-powershell-ps2013-msproject-sp2013/
  2. https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2014/01/15/ssrs-native-report-render-issue-in-sharepoint-sp2013-with-ie-9-or-later-ps2013-bi-sql/
  3. https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2012/06/28/move-a-sharepoint-2010-sub-site-to-a-different-location-on-the-same-farm-sp2010-ps2010-powershell/
  4. https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/microsoft-projectonline-reporting-pack-msproject-sharepointonline-office365-ppm-excel-bi-data/
  5. https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2013/04/24/projectserver-2013-linking-list-items-to-tasks-and-other-list-items-ps2013-sp2013/

I look forward to creating more Project / Project Online / Project Server related posts in 2015!

Don’t forget the biggest event in 2015 – Microsoft Ignite, May 4th – 8th 2015 in Chicago – it will be an awesome event – I can’t wait to be there!

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Paul,

    Happy new year! An inspiring amount of page views! Tomorrow I’ll post my 2014 statistics blog post, but it’s by far not as high as yours.

    I won’t be able to join this years Ignite, but let’s make an effort to shake hands at the next event.

    Kind regards,
    Erik van Hurck
    The Project Corner

    • Hi Erik,

      Happy New Year to you too.

      Shame you can’t make Ignite this year, would be good to catch up at the next one!

      Paul


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