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The top 10 posts of 2019

These posts had the most views in 2019. Here they are, counting down from ten to one. [10] January, Ranking Turf Twitter in 2018 took a look at “influential” accounts in the industry.

Online education through GreenKeeper University

Most of you will be familiar with the GreenKeeper App. It is a decision support tool for turfgrass professionals that includes pest outbreak models, product (and growing degree day) tracking, weather reporting and much more.

Ranking Turf Twitter in 2018

A year ago, I looked at a selection of turfgrass industry accounts and ranked them in the Turf Twitter 2017 analysis based on a combination of followers, tweet creation rate, favorites of the tweets sent from the account, retweets of the tweets sent from the account, and mentions of the account.

BTME 2019 on Twitter

With so many delegates to BTME—the BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition—using Twitter to communicate about the event, I thought it would be interesting to look at some statistics related to the #BTME2019 hashtag.

Ten posts that no one read in 2018

The median blog post on this site in 2018 got 217 views. A couple had more than 1,500. These were the 10 that everyone read. And then there are these ones that almost no one read.

The top 10 posts of 2018

These posts had the most views in 2018. Here they are, counting down from ten to one. [10] November, Kurofune keeper about the feature article on Andrew McDaniel in Weekly Golf Digest.

Top 25 turfgrass tweets of the 2018 Ryder Cup

I did this analysis in 2016 and repeated it in 2018. I figure that tweets by the golf course superintendent, Alejandro Reyes (@Reyes_golf), or tweets that mention the golf course superintendent, must be about the course maintenance.

What's the best way to keep up with all you're doing?

Someone asked me that when we were working at a golf tournament. The best way depends on just how much info you want, or how often you want to hear from me/ATC.

ATC website visits by device type

There were 30,874 visitors to www.asianturfgrass.com and www.blog.asianturfgrass.com since April 23 last year. Of those, 60% were from a mobile device, 33% from a desktop/notebook, and 7% were from a tablet.

Three recent conversations

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