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  1. Interesting read, Carrie. The “OMG what the hell do I blog about today?” theme is one of those never-ending sources of potential posts, similar to the “SEO is dead because…” theme. In this case, it helps if you’re most popular tweet was, in fact, actually popular.

    I tried checking my most popular tweet on Twitsprout and it turned out to be a RT of someone else’s tweet. 🙁

  2. Great idea! I’ve been using Buffer (the free version) and noticed my Top Tweets were directly tied with my most popular posts and visa versa. Will definitely take advantage of this. Thanks for the resources.

  3. Oops, wanted to make this suggestions too but can’t edit my previous comment. I was going to say that for tutorial based blog posts, at least for development, I like to hang out on support forums and sites, and see the most asked questions or issues people are having. I definitely take advantage of those unanswered questions lingering around or even ones where the answer was given, but not explained how or why it works. Or if I answer a question and the person seems to be really happy with my explanation, I’ll bring that over to my blog as well.

    I recommend hanging around the WordPress Stack Exchange for WordPress tutorial bloggers. Never know what you’ll find. 🙂

  4. Hey Carrie, I have been following your blog for quite some time and I must tell you, your blog is interesting to read. You can visit analytics.twitter.com to find out your popular tweet. Give it a try.

    And good luck with your 2016 goals you mentioned in your annual review blog post.

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