I think I should share the most popular pages on this blog with you now that the past year has passed. Not only because I don’t have any idea of what to write today, but also because it brings back some good old memories. The blog got launched in January of 2009 and it has increased it’s traffic with about 50% per month since then. I got a post on Stumbleupon to go crazy and thus this top ten table is a bit skewed. However. These are the top ten posts of 2009 at jesperastrom.com with regards to unique visitors recorded in Google Analytics.
- The 7 Most important Privacy settings for your Facebook Profile
- I am a fu**ing Social Media Guru
- Social Media and KPIs
- How to Convert a Social Media User into a Buyer
- 13 Advice when Link building through Social Media
- Releasing News through Social Media
- 8 Obvious Reasons to why your Traffic Don’t Convert
- How to create a Facebook Fan Page in 11 steps
- Online Marketing Matrix
- 3 Rules of LinkedIn Recruitment
But those are not the ones I like
For some reason I am not really satisfied with that list. Of the posts above I only think that one or two are really essential reads. The rest could be read in any other SEO or social media blog out there. I guess there are three posts I believe will grow in importance the coming years.
- People, content and links between them – the history of the Internet
- Quantum SEO – A Shift from Einsteinian Relativity
- Institutional brands vs. user generated brands
It is amazing to realize that none of these posts are even on the top 30 of posts meaning either that I have difficulties getting my point across or, what I think is important is seemingly useless to the user. I suppose it is a mix between the two or neither.
Anything you’ve liked that is not in the list? What should I focus on in 2010?