What PeopleSoft content was popular in 2015? January 28, 2016Posted by Duncan in PeopleTools, TW.
The ‘Year in Blogging’ reports have come through so I can see what posts and newsletter items garnered the most views.
PeopleSoft Tipster Blog
So, according to the summary, this blog was visited 130,000 times during the year, an average of ~350/day with the busiest day being just over double that at 749 visitors. About 50% of the traffic is from the US, 15% from India, and 5% from the UK and Canada.
Amazingly, the most viewed post was one written prior to 2015, about PeopleSoft Entity Relationship Diagrams. The most popular post that was actually authored last year was The Future of PeopleSoft video with Marc Weintraub, followed by PeopleSoft and Taleo integration, the Faster Download of PeopleSoft Images and the profile of Graham Smith and how he works.
The PeopleSoft Weekly Newsletter
The PSW newsletter seems to go from strength to strength. During 2015 the subscriber base rose from 919 to 1,104 which is an approx 20% increase. The ‘open rate’ sits around 40% for any one issue (against an industry average of 17%) with the US accounting for 55% of readers, the UK 15% and India 10%.
The top articles in terms of clicks were:
- Gartner’s Report on Oracle’s Commitment to PeopleSoft (263 clicks)
- Randy ‘Remote PS Admin’ on Forcing Cache Clears (198)
- PeopleSoft Planned Features and Enhancements (180)
- 5 Life Lessons I Learned at PeopleSoft (167)
- Dan Sticka on stopping writing Record Field PeopleCode (166)
- Greg Kelly’s Security Checklist from Alliance (155)
- Virginia Ebbeck’s list of PeopleSoft Links (145)
- Greg Wendt of Grey Heller on the PS Token Vulnerability (142)
- Dennis Howlett on the Oracle vs Rimini St court battle (142)
- Wade Coombs on PeopleSoft File Attachments (140)
- I’m Graham Smith and this is How I Work (139)
- Graham’s PeopleSoft Ping Survey (135)
- How to write an efficient PeopleCode (134)
- Mohit Jain on Tracing in PeopleSoft (131)
- The 4 types of PeopleSoft Testing (130)
- PS Admin.io on Cobol (127)
- Matthew Haavisto on the Cost of PeopleSoft vs SaaS (124)
- The PeopleSoft Spotlight Series (119)
- Prashant Tyagi on PeopleSoft Single Signon (118)
- Adding Watermarks to PeopleSoft Fields (116)