The 10 Most Popular LATG Posts of 2014

 

It’s a new year, a clean slate, a fresh start, and I’m just about to begin a brand new major language project: French!

I’m extremely excited about this new project!

English: Fireworks on the Fourth of JulyIn any case; 2014 was a great year for LATG. We went from 8,000 fans to over 20,000 fans on Facebook. Constructed a Twitter account that now has a humble but not insignificant 1,600 followers and the total viewership of this blog is hovering around 300,000 visits.

Thanks to your support, we even managed to rank as 19th on Bab.la’s annual top 100 language Facebook pages – a rank I hope to improve this coming Spring.

For those of you who haven’t seen my most successful posts, now is your chance to see what you missed!

  

10. 10 Reasons Your Language Project is Failing and What You Can Do About It. (Infographic)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

In case it wasn’t obvious, I kind of like lists. They tend to be incredibly successful. I will however, have to resolve to create less listy titles in 2015.

The number 1 article brought in nearly 60,000 views all by itself – far beyond any other single post.

I hope you enjoy!

Thank you everyone for a fantastic year. Your interest and continued readership is what validates everything I do.

Cheers to you, and to an even more successful year in 2015.

What would you like to see from LATG this year?