At the beginning of 2011, I gave up a paid blogging gig to have more time, energy, and mental juice to write more often in this, my very own blog.
Judging from the quality of readers, partners, and clients I attracted with the help of this blog, that “sacrifice” has paid off.
In this post, let’s look back on the blog posts that captured your interest the most.
You love how-to’s, and this video where I demonstrate how mindmaping helps me write blog posts (and do everything else) is the one you liked most this year.
I experimented with a different type of book review — one with a chapter-by-chapter account. Apparently, you like that.
This was one work-intensive and expensive blog post. After all, I bought every single one of the plugins I review in this post. Glad it paid off in attracting traffic.
This one’s a favorite myself. I love learning — and sharing — advice that works!
The popularity of this post is a testament to how common this syndrome is.
Why is it anything I publish with Lewis Howes in it becomes popular?
Posts published towards the end of the year don’t usually do well in these best-of posts. After all, it’s had much less time to attract traffic. But this post did! It was a challenge for me to come up with 10 items to include in this post. I’m so glad you liked it.
A reader requested this topic and guest blogger Lynette Chandler delivered.
I feel strongly that blogging is a social activity. This is not the last you’ll be reading about this topic.
In this post, I demonstrate one skill I use almost every day when I write copy for my clients and myself.
Those are the posts you liked in 2011. What would you like to explore and learn about in 2012? What aspects of online marketing will you be focusing on next year?
Let me know in the comments below so I can gather and write about resources to help you.
Happy New Year!