After four years of blogging about Digital Asset Management (DAM), I keep reporting what are the most popular blog posts based on the number of times people have clicked to read a blog post. The top 40 most read blog posts from Another DAM blog for the past four years (2009-2012) are…
- Why do I need a Digital Asset Manager?
- Where can I find some DAM jobs?
- What is the best DAM solution?
- Why do I need a DAM?
- Where can I find metadata standards?
- Have I heard all the DAM jokes yet?
- How do I avoid duplicate assets in a DAM?
- Why do I need metadata?
- How do I plan for a career in DAM?
- How do I read this DAM documentation?
- How do I enforce a file naming convention?
- How can I measure DAM progress?
- What are the levels of DAM experience?
- How do I create use cases for DAM?
- How do I explain what I do for a living with DAM?
- How much do Digital Asset Management professionals earn?
- What specific skills should Digital Asset Management professionals have today?
- How can I bring more ROI to our DAM?
- Why should we keep our assets in a DAM?
- What higher education courses are available about DAM?
- What does DAM have to do with change management?
- How can I use DAM to assist with preliminary research?
- Who can do my keywording and scanning?
- Where can I find a DAM mentor?
- Can a DAM handle Rights Managed assets?
- Who should be on a DAM project team?
- What is a DAM Award?
- Top ten most listened to DAM podcasts of 2010
- Why does a DAM need an API?
- How many DAM metadata fields do you have?
- What do you know about your integrator?
- Top 10 podcasts about Digital Asset Management: Another DAM podcast from 2011
- How long does it take to get a DAM working within an organization?
- DAM predictions for 2011
- What is the DAM Foundation?
- What is Digital Asset Management (DAM)?
- What is a DAM Conference?
- What does a Digital Asset Manager need to know?
- Why do I need unique logins per DAM user?
- How do people talk about DAM within an organization?
While I was posting far less often in 2012 (new supply few times a month), the readership (demand) has only increased year over year. This is yet another sign that Digital Asset Management is still growing. Some say the DAM market will surpass the billion dollar mark in 2013. Most of the blog posts listed above are still very relevant to people’s need for more DAM information today.
A few people and even some companies (whom I have not worked with) actually asked me to stop blogging because I am “…giving too much away…” so I simply keep posting more. Why? Because this is not true. For those who have read my blog posts, I list the questions you should be asking within your organization about Digital Asset Management.
Now I have listed the top 40 most read blog posts from the past four years out of over 155 blog posts to date. I still have over 95 drafted blog posts yet to finish and release when I have free time. I know who my audience is because they communicate with me directly and they suggest ideas for posts. DAM is not about sharing less, otherwise you are missing the point about sharing with your:
I am not the only DAM blogger. In fact, I am Another DAM blogger and there are thousands of DAM blog readers out there just like you. What are your favorite blog posts from Another DAM blog?
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