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Happy birthday, Inbound. Hope you like it!
Really great work Kane - thank you!
Fantastic work Kane, this is amazing -- Huge props to Ed as well for his work this year
Fantastic article, have a well deserved vote sir!
I would really like to reach out and thank the inbound team for putting the site together, I used to love sphinn before they went and ruined it and you guys have done great things!
Now we just need more of a community feel, adding people as friends etc :)
Always adding value to the community...
Do you know you're my hero?
Awesome article and behind the scenes data. Have an upvote!
Wow. Who would have thought I'd be the number 2 user on Inbound according to average votes per submission.
Snuggie dog beds strike again ;)
Upvoting this seems too promotion-y, but it's a great article and very interesting. *upvote :)
Amazing work and a real service to the community, so thanks.
The only thing I feel might be missing is a conclusions and recommendations section.
Great data analysis is rare. Great analysis that takes the next step and turn the numbers into insight is pure gold.
On my first read, I'm not sure what conclusions to draw about Inbound.org. I'd love to know if anyone else drew conclusions from the data.
Generally I agree, but I'm not sure if I'm the one to spin a story from this data simply because I was the one that whipped it together. Rather, I think everyone can look across that data and form their own conclusions, whatever that may be.
The data / graphs are an awesome way to get a (user generated / data-driven) view of the top inbound-related blogs. Thanks for putting this together.