As the end of another year approaches, it’s common to look back to see what you’ve accomplished and body of digital content you’ve created. If you blog on a regular basis, you’ll see how much content you’ve published. It’s a good exercise for finding trends and learning about your readers.
I spent some time looking over the social marketing articles my guest bloggers and I have published in 2013. I looked at traffic, comments and social shares to determine the top ten blog posts in 2013.
- 3 posts included videos from my Adventures in Visibility Hangouts on Air (HOA)
- 4 posts were about Google+ (7 if you include the HOA posts)
- 2 articles about Pinterest (one was an HOA)
- 2 posts included infographics
Clearly a strategic direction for me is to continue doing live Hangouts and keeping my audience up to date on the strategies and tactics you can use on Google+ for your business. And, since I love Google+ and hosting Hangouts, I’m considering bumping them up from about one per month, to doing two per month.
I’ve created the Top Ten list on List.ly so you can vote on your favorite of the ten posts, comment, share and embed the list on your own blog, if you wish.
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Based on traffic, social shares and comments, this list comprises the top ten blog posts on DeniseWakeman.com
As of December 2013, Pinterest has 70,000,000 active users. It's a great site for driving traffic to your blog because of the viral sharing that can happen if you have a great image that can be pinned. And, it's another opportunity to find an audience who wants the content you produce.
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Guest post by Stephan Hovnanian Note from Denise: I LOVE Google+ and I've met many smart, generous people on the social network. Stephan Hovnanian is one of them. I've hosted three Hangouts with Stephan to introduce you to his brilliance and to the power of the G+ community.
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Did you write a Top Ten List of Popular Posts? Please share a link to your post in the comments below so we can check out what you created in 2013!