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I've been digging around Google Analytics today to make sense of a few trends, and also to see what kind of content has been popular on the blog this year.
I guess it's unsurprising to note that posts on Twitter and social media have been particularly well-received. Lists continue to work as a scannable, does-what-it-says-on-the-tin format, and our how-to and tools-based posts are always popular.
At any rate, I thought I'd aggregate these posts together for your viewing pleasure, and to provide - hopefully - another handy bookmark for you.
Econsultancy's top posts in 2009, by popularity:
- 10 ways to measure social media success
- 25 things journalists can do to future-proof their careers
- 10 superb social media presentations
- 16 bitchin' commands and shortcuts for Twitter
- 20+ more mindblowing social media statistics
- 12 brilliant 404 pages
- 20+ mindblowing social media statistics
- 10 free SEO tools you should bookmark
- The 10 Twitter commandments
- 50 SEO tips for online retailers
- How to create an awesome Twitter profile in Google Analytics
- A 10-point checklist for landing page design
- 10 useful Twitter presentations
- Two easy ways to track social networks in Google Analytics
- A list of UK charities on Twitter
- Skittles launches an amazing social media campaign
- A 20-step starters guide to using Twitter
- 10 really cool Flash websites
- How Amazon made $2.7bn with small tweak
- 150+ killer SEO tips
- Top 10 online PR fails
- How do you find the best iPhone apps
- A list of UK retailers on Twitter
- Cmon, admit it. You really want an iPhone
- 10 kickass crowdsourcing sites for business
Remember that the real detail behind some of these posts can be found in our range of 700+ reports for internet professionals. This blog is mere conduit to point you in that direction. Please check them out!