- Effective Leaders Ask for Feedback,
- World Religions in 2050,
- Toward Church Renewal,
- From Mainline to Sideline to Oldline, and
- Top 10 Faith Enriching Books.
The list includes two posts from January, two from February, and one from April. Each post was tagged with a primary category, including two coded as trends, one as discipleship, one as book reviews, and one as leadership. The top post received a few more hits than the second and third most popular posts combined. More than 3 in 5 readers (61%) were aged 18-34 while only about 1 in 8 were over age 55 (12%). Most visitors were male (54%). Also, most visitors (67%) logged on to the site from the USA.
Over the last 6 years I have written more than 1,550 posts. During that time I have consistently and intentionally solicited reader feedback, so perhaps it is appropriate that my most popular post so far this year focuses on how important a commitment to seeking feedback is for me and that recent research finds “an exceptionally strong correlation between asking for feedback and overall effectiveness of leaders.”
- What is the #1 reason you visit So What Faith?
- Which of the five posts above do you find most valuable? Explain.
- List specific topics would you addressed during the second half of 2015.