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Reader's choice: Top posts of 2008. Now with bonus content.

As we’re winding down the last days of the year, it’s useful to look back and see what mattered most during the last 12 months. According to you, Big thinkers, here are the best posts of 2008.

Internet Marketing and E-commerce

Lots of you looked for answers to online marketing, internet strategy and e-commerce questions. These three posts generated more traffic and comments than any others in this category:

Twitter

You all know how important Twitter is to our business here at thinks. So it’s no surprise that you enjoyed these posts about Twitter:

Web Analytics and Testing

Of course, you can’t manage what you can’t measure. Here are the top web analytics and testing posts from 2008:

Hosting

And, you can’t manage or measure your online business if you don’t have a web site. These 3 popular posts explained different ways to get one.

Customer Service

Many times, the web is just the first step in engaging your customers. This story showed another way to do it:

Bonus content

Finally, while these posts didn’t always get the most traffic, other metrics (low bounce rate, low exit rate, high subscription rate), suggest you really liked them. So, for those of you who missed them the first time through, here are the most engaging posts of 2008:

Enjoy!


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Tim Peter

Tim Peter is the founder and president of Tim Peter & Associates. You can learn more about our company's strategy and digital marketing consulting services here or about Tim here.

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