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:

  1. 10 ways to measure social media success
  2. 25 things journalists can do to future-proof their careers
  3. 10 superb social media presentations
  4. 16 bitchin' commands and shortcuts for Twitter
  5. 20+ more mindblowing social media statistics
  6. 12 brilliant 404 pages
  7. 20+ mindblowing social media statistics
  8. 10 free SEO tools you should bookmark
  9. The 10 Twitter commandments
  10. 50 SEO tips for online retailers
  11. How to create an awesome Twitter profile in Google Analytics
  12. A 10-point checklist for landing page design
  13. 10 useful Twitter presentations
  14. Two easy ways to track social networks in Google Analytics
  15. A list of UK charities on Twitter
  16. Skittles launches an amazing social media campaign
  17. A 20-step starters guide to using Twitter
  18. 10 really cool Flash websites
  19. How Amazon made $2.7bn with small tweak
  20. 150+ killer SEO tips
  21. Top 10 online PR fails
  22. How do you find the best iPhone apps
  23. A list of UK retailers on Twitter
  24. Cmon, admit it. You really want an iPhone
  25. 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!

Chris Lake

Published 20 October, 2009 by Chris Lake

Chris Lake is CEO at EmpiricalProof, and former Director of Content at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter, Google+ or connect via Linkedin.

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Patricio Robles

Patricio Robles, Tech Reporter at Econsultancy

Will this post soon be on the list? :)

almost 9 years ago

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