The Five Most Read Versta Posts in 2012
Ever worried that you might have missed something important, funny, useful, or downright insightful here at the Versta Research Blog? Fear not. For our 2012 year-in-review, we compiled, among other useful statistics, the traffic analytics from our website. Here is a list of the top five published articles or posts that our readers viewed in 2012:
1. Can a focus group save Spider-Man?
2. Tips on easy data visualization with Excel
3. How to estimate the length of a survey
4. An interactive graph for choosing sample size
5. The art of asking questions
“Wait a minute,” you might be saying. “All of those were published before 2012!” Indeed, and we hope that speaks for the ongoing relevance of our work and thinking. We strive to provide information and insight that you can use for many years to come in your work and career.
Okay, so what are the top five articles or posts viewed and published in 2012? Are these destined to be next year’s, or the next year’s, most read Versta posts? Here is that list:
6. Bad charts and good charts for Kony 2012
7. Turning data into stories: A how-to guide
8. Five research lessons from election season polling
9. Next generation survey on market research
10. How to make a beautiful market share chart
We hope you enjoy these posts, and we hope you use the information in your own work. Our goal, whether writing about what we do, or simply doing what we do, is to produce research insights that you and your managers will turn to again and again.
–Joe Hopper, Ph.D.