Well, it’s that time of year again, where we recap the most popular posts here on the old blog. Since we looked at the most popular posts during the first half of the year, here’s the second half:
- One of the biggest stories in 2011 was the launch of Google+. And while recent events seem to suggest Google’s putting all its eggs into the Google+ basket, its early stumbles led me to ask “Is Google+ dead, or what?”
- Another very popular post was my list of the The 2011 E-commerce and Online Marketing All-Stars.
- Obviously, I’m a big fan of analytics. It seems you are, too. My post about “What Your Online Marketing Dashboard Should Look Like” was among the Top 3 posts of last year.
- While it came late in the year, loads of you liked my look at “Subdomains vs. Subdirectories For SEO”.
- Finally, the data suggests you’ll never go wrong blogging about Google. That’s probably why you all liked “Google Removes Marketers Access to Valuable Data but Doesn’t Protect Privacy: Have They Lost Their Mind?”
Thanks again for all your support in the last year, Big Thinkers. I’m looking forward to keeping the dialogue going here in 2012!
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