The top 10 episodes of 2013 – well, sort of

Top 10 lists are a great way to review the year that was if you push out as much content as I do but the problem is that the guys I interview in December get the short end because of obvious reasons. This year I got wise and am now presenting to you the top 10 most watched episodes from Dec 1 2012 – Nov 30 2013.

Here they are in bragging rights order:

1. Episode #476: Why The Coding Is The Easy Part For Mobile App Developers – With Buzztouch Founder David Book
2. Episode #446: Entering the era of real-time mobile infrastructure as a service – with PubNub co-founder Todd Greene
3. Episode #431: Why 50,000 monthly active users weren’t enough to stop his company from pivoting – with Spun co-founder Scott Lindenbaum
4. Episode #467: How PasswordBox passed Gmail as the #1 productivity app on their way to over 1M downloads – with CEO Dan Robichaud
5. Episode #485: How to start your mobile project the right way – with Mobilosophy co-founder Mathew Lazarus
6. Episode #478: Why CO Everywhere call themselves a real-time unfiltered reality show – with co-founders Tony Longo and Dan Adams
7. Episode #464: How Revolv is automating home automation – with co-founder Mike Soucie
8. Episode #441: Cognitive overhead, the age of inference and a photo app named Flock – with Bump co-founder David Lieb
9. Episode #444: How to succeed using location based marketing – with Ping Mobile’s Shuli Lowy
10. Episode #443: How Moves combines walking and mobile to create an effortless app – with co-founder Sampo Karjalainen

On this list? Why not do a little birdy brag? [Tweet “My episode was one of the top 10 of 2013. Seriously! Check it out “]

Thank you all for making 2013 so much fun!

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Rob Woodbridge

I'm Rob, the founder of and I've spent 14 years immersed in the mobile and pervasive computing world. During this great time I've helped some of the most innovative companies grow their business through mobile. If you are in need of a mobile business advisor or coach, connect with me here to get things rolling.

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