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Author Ranking Illustration


Eloquens is proud to announce the release of “Author Rankings” in Category Pages and throughout the website as a whole. This feature was developed to democratically to give extra visibility to our high performing authors in specific categories, and to reward those who build value by regularly sharing and contributing on the site.

Authors having published in a given category will now be ranked according to the performance of their Best Practices in this specific section, which you can find at the bottom of each category page.

The algorithm used is made of: a maximum of 1/3 of historic performance + 2/3 of performance over the last 30 days.

The Algorithm is a combination of the following elements:

  • Downloads
  • Sales
  • Strength of Reviews & Ratings
  • Number of Publications
  • Participation in discussion feeds

The algorithm is refreshed every 10 minutes.

Here is a screenshot of an Author Ranking in a specific category page:

Author Ranking IllustrationFeel free to try this new feature out and tell us what you think about it in the comment section below!




The Manager’s Mindset

We came across this HBR article recently and have been giving it some thought ever since. It intrigued us because it highlighted how you can be an excellent technical performer without also possessing the gifts required to be a good leader. Here, we’ll recap the main thrust of their argument as well as adding a few of our own thoughts on the issue. Read more

HBR: What to do after a bad performance review

There are so many article and pieces out there in print and online that claim to provide a blueprint for success, whether personal or professional. However, what do you do when you get knocked down and you’re suddenly wondering whether you’re going to find success or perhaps whether you’re even on the right path. This is where a new article from HBR about how to respond to a bad performance review comes in.

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Fair share – Am I really the best?

The fair share is the market share a given actor or product should/could claim on a market. Read more