EighTwOne 2013 Annual Report

Happy new year to all my dear readers and followers. It’s been again a busy and interesting year for various reasons:

  • Becoming an Exchange MVP;
  • MVP Summit 2013 in Seattle;
  • TechEd North America 2013 in New Orleans;
  • (Finally) meeting in person with many of the Exchange fellows and PG and peers at the aforementioned events;
  • The UC Architects podcast increasing popularity;
  • Finding time to write some (popular) scripts which were on the to-do list;
  • Cancellation of the MCM/MCSM certification;
  • Going from 0 abroad travel for business per year to 5 (Denmark, UK, Thailand, USA);
  • After working with mostly local customers in the past few years, participating again in a long-term international project with expats, offshoring and local IT teams.

The end of a year is also a time of lists. I’d like to share with you some of EighTwOne statistics of 2013, in the blog’s 4th year running. The statistics come directly from the site and without additional observations apart from that Exchange 2010 still seems to be highly popular when looking for information.

Apart from the Archives, Versions, Builds and Dates, Schema Versions and Toolkit pages, these were the Top Posts of 2013:

All time Top Posts:

All time Top Scripts:

imageTop 5 visitor countries of 2013:

  • United States (84,869)
  • United Kingdom (23,838)
  • Germany (21,338)
  • Netherlands (15,768)
  • Canada (11,322)

Top 5 referrers of 2013:

  • social.technet.microsoft.com (TechNet forum)
  • exchangeserverpro.com (Paul Cunningham)
  • Twitter
  • blogs.technet.com (Microsoft blogs)
  • community.spiceworks.com (community)

Top 5 search terms of 2013:

  • isinteg exchange 2010
  • exchange versions
  • zimbra vs exchange
  • role based access control
  • msexcheseparamcachesizemax

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