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.
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: Booking.com: improving conversion with best practice persuasive design.
Some great examples of innovative ad campaigns. Multichannel innovation: 15 brilliant examples from 2011.
The apps/mobile site debate: Native apps versus mobile websites: three simple rules.
A look at what Porsche is doing so well online. Seven 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?
Waitrose’s £10m revamp of its website in March didn’t go down well with some customers. New Waitrose website panned by users.