Did you miss the posts that doubled our readership?

Views of influencerrelations.com increased by 94% over the last year. More than anything else, our Analyst Value Survey contributed to the almost doubling of the readership, and to over 5,000 views on slideshare. But there’s another strong theme: the fate of analyst firms which are required by others. That’s especially topical now, when Yankee and Ovum are both being more closely integrated into their parent organisations.

These are the most read articles:

Survey: which analyst firms are moving up (or down)?1
Why are firms like HfS, PAC and 451 rising in influence?2
Informa eats Ovum for breakfast: Scrambled eggs, poached or egg rolls?3
Yankee Group saved by 451 acquisition4
Cloud interest pushes 451 Group up to fourth-largest analyst firm5
Exposed! You named the most, and least, independent analyst firms6
Who is Duncan Chapple?7
What role does analyst insight have in market intelligence?8
The clash of cultures between Ovum, Informa and Datamonitor9
The future of the analyst industry10
Why has Ovum failed to find a buyer? Because there’s no seller11
Work with me12
Negotiating the rising value of Gartner subscriptions13
Can Ovum survive?14
Duncan Chapple

Duncan Chapple is the preeminent consultant on optimising international analyst relations and the value created by analyst firms. As SageCircle research director, Chapple directs programs that assess and increase the business value of relationships with industry analysts and sourcing advisors.