Since we've (almost) reached the end of the year, I've compiled a list of Econsultancy's top blog posts of 2011, ranked (roughly) by number of page views.

This year's most popular post was this: 20+ Mind-blowing social media statistics: One year later

Second spot goes to Kelvin Newman's Ultimate guide to the Facebook algorithm.

A compilation of 10 amazing e-commerce infographics.

A list of brands using Facebook: 101 examples of f-commerce.

Some predictions from the beginning of the year: 17 digital marketing trends for 2011, by Econsultancy CEO Ashley Friedlein.

What makes a successful Facebook page? Seven tips for a killer Facebook landing page.

Adjectives and infographics FTW! 10 mind-blowing mobile infographics.

Some great advice from Kelvin Newman: 51 essential link building tips.

What makes a good online media planner? 10 presentations to help you become a digital planning genius.

Pitfalls to avoid for consultants and freelancers: The five clients you should avoid like the plague.

A whopping 50% of all content consumed on Twitter is generated by only 20,000 users. Twitter isn't very social: study.

More infographics... 10 great email marketing infographics.

Which elements/features are vital on homepages? 27 things I need to see on an e-commerce homepage.

Improve the ranking of your Facebook page. SEO tips for Facebook Pages.

Glen Allsopp presents some excellent tips. The affiliate's guide to dominating big niches with SEO.

A look at Econsultancy's (not provided) stats since the introduction of encrypted search for logged in users: The horror: Google now encrypts up to 33% of search referral data.

User experience tips from Paul Rouke: improving conversion with best practice persuasive design.

Some great examples of innovative ad campaignsMultichannel innovation: 15 brilliant examples from 2011.

An Econsultancy / Toluna survey:  Why do consumers abandon online purchases?

The apps/mobile site debate: Native apps versus mobile websites: three simple rules.

A look at what Porsche is doing so well onlineSeven reasons why Porsche is winning the social media game.

Stats that show conversion rates for Apple's tablet: iPad conversion rates twice as high as desktop: stats.

A survey of consumer attitudes: Why do people follow brands on Facebook?

How Econsultancy measures Twitter via Google Analytics.

Waitrose's £10m revamp of its website in March didn't go down well with some customers. New Waitrose website panned by users.

Graham Charlton

Published 13 December, 2011 by Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is editor in chief at SaleCycle, and former editor at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or connect via Linkedin.

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Jason Scott

Great list of blogs, especially enjoyed the SEO tips for facebook.

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