Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Merry Xmas and Happy New Year

To those that have visited the blog this year - many thanks for your support. Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to all. A summary of what's gone on on the blog through 2010 is below.

Launching in January 2010 the blog has seen an increased number of visitors throughout the year. Key stats are over 2,000 unique visitors, 80 posts and ending the year on over 600 visitors per month.

The most popular posts were:
  1. Building Information Modelling (BIM) - 431 visitors
    An introduction to what BIM is and what benefits adopters are seeing.
  2. Using NBS with AutoCAD, Revit or Microstation - 409 visitors
    A walkthrough of how to export NBS project specification information to keynote format.
  3. Annotating ArchiCAD models from NBS - 290 visitors
    A tutorial video showing the NBS Link plug-in to ArchiCAD.
  4. NBS Domestic Specification - coming soon as an online product - 210 visitors
    The teaser post promoting the new specification product from NBS.
  5. Exporting NBS annotations to Vectorworks NotesManager format - 191 visitors
    A walkthrough of how to export NBS project spec info for use with Vectorworks.
The most common keywords that Google visitors found the site from most were:
  1. nbs archicad - 43 visitors
  2. nbs on the road - 22 visitors
  3. using both scheduler and building - 19 visitors
  4. bim conference - 18 visitors
  5. nbs software blog - 15 visitors
See you all next year in 2011. There'll be some nice new improvements to the NBS specification products to be blogged about. Please keep your comments coming to. Always great to read them.

New NBS work section I think for 2011-1 update - B19 Site made frozen water constructions


  1. Stephen,
    I enjoy reading your blog, not sure if it could be classed as CPD, however it does give me an insight into how the industry is developing in terms of production of information. Keep up the good work and I look forward to reading in 2011.

  2. @archtech,

    Thanks for the comments. All the very best,