2014 is almost over. And 2015 is just around the corner. In this post we take a look back at some of the more popular articles of 2014.
I attended a few coffee lounges at Willowdale this past year. After attending I posted some thoughts and pictures here. The most popular article that was written in 2014 was the Lounge that featured former Rogers CEO Nadir Mohamed. The second most popular article from this past year featured the CEO of Aga Khan Foundation Canada, Khalil Shariff.
If you lived in Toronto in 2014 you know that politics took front page on almost a daily basis. And not because of anything good. Mostly. The third and eighth most popular articles from 2014 highlighted two personalities from Toronto politics. Third place (coincidentally) features Olivia Chow. I met Chow over the summer at a friend’s backyard barbeque. I also read Crazy Town by Robyn Doolitle which ended up as the eighth most popular article of karimkanji.com this past year. The book detailed the various shenanigans of Rob Ford and his dysfunctional political family. I also wrote about meeting eventual Mayor of Toronto, John Tory.
The following three articles also ended up in the top ten most popular articles of 2014:
How To Block Promoted Tweets In HootSuite;
I started teaching a couple of social media marketing courses at George Brown College here in Toronto.
On itbusiness.ca, I started writing more about wearables in 2014. However, the most popular article I wrote on itbusiness this past year was my digital technology forecast for 2014.
My writing can also be found on the Catalyst blog. The most popular piece from this past year was a look at the future of mobile banking.
Did you know I also have a YouTube channel? I do. And you should subscribe! Here was my most watched video from 2014: