First, thanks to all of you who have read, commented, and passed along our posts throughout 2010.
As 2010 zooms into 2011, we’re taking a look back at what we learned over the past year, and the posts that you, our readers, liked best. To select these posts, we looked at a combination of page views, tweets, and comments.
Without further ado, here are the 10 posts you deemed most interesting for 2010, in countdown format.
Is your company’s message loud and clear?
Mike Sweeney’s guide to maximizing Twitter use for business. And it doesn’t include tweeting about what you had for breakfast.
Who doesn’t want to read about ducks, monkeys, and talking babies?
Don’t do market research for the sake of research; do it to drive concrete marketing improvements.
Why blogging can touch every area of your organization, with big results.
If you can’t define what makes you different, you’re in big trouble.
Are social media gurus really the experts they claim to be?
We bet you’re too chicken to read this.
Start your marketing evaluation with these 5 questions, and you’ll be off to a running start.
The buzz from marketing and business gurus about what to expect in 2011.
Did your favorite post make the list? What do you think your best posts were? Comment and let us know!