Drumroll Please! The 10 Most Popular Bloggertone Posts of 2011 Were:
With 2012 on the horizon and the final days of 2011 fast approaching, I thought I would take a look back at the 10 most popular Bloggertone posts from the last year.
Back in January, Beatrice Whelan wanted to know if QR codes would be big in 2011 and with just under 12K page views, it seems a lot of other people did too!
Even though this post was published during 2010, these 12 suggestions from Neil Jones on how to improve workplace productivity continued to be a massively popular Bloggertone post in 2011.
Sales people are the public face of business and this post and his second entry into our top ten from Neil, identifies which personality traits make for the greatest salespeople.
Our 4th most popular 2011 post was written by Frank Bradley. Frank looks at our ability to learn from experiences and why he believes the creation of a personal development plan is central to this process.
Another 2010 post that continued to prove popular in 2011! – In it, I put forward my 10 of the most stupid interview questions ever.
Be careful not to rush into social media with your eyes closed! Greg Fry’s look at some of the biggest mistakes companies make using social media, was our 6th most popular post in 2011.
If you could make money on Twitter, would you be interested? Of course you would! This brilliant how-to Twitter strategy from Ivan Walsh was our 7th most popular post on Bloggertone in 2011.
Customised Facebook landing tabs proved increasingly popular among businesses in 2011 and so did Amanada Webb’s post and examples on how to do it well.
The second post in our top 10 dealing with QR codes, Anne Perez‘s case study on how Kellogg’s successfully used them to great effect was our 9th most popular of the year.
Back in April, our CEO Anita Campbell shared with us an expensive lesson in domain names she learnt when starting out, rounding off our 2011 top 10 list.
Happy New Year! Which post was your favourite from Bloggertone during the year?
Thanks for reading,