By Melinda | January 31, 2014
A review of our most popular articles from the past 12 months that you won’t want to miss, covering topics related to web copywriting, Google AdWords, Google Analytics, SEO, blogging and more.
January has flown by already! At the start of each year I like to review our Google Analytics to see which articles were most, and least popular. I also look at the traffic sources for each article to figure where the visitors came from (organic traffic, social media, direct traffic etc). This helps us plan what topics we’ll write more about this year.
So, in case you missed them the first time round, or want to read them again, here are our selected most popular mosts from the past 12 months.
Find out how Zohomail compares to GoogleMail in Serena’s popular review post on the topic.
Google AdWords and Analytics
- Discover 3 Ways to Access Free Online Training for Google Analytics
- For Google AdWords, find out How much will your clicks cost
Our most popular Twitter article was on Free Twitter Unfollow Tools for Twitter Marketing Success
Belinda’s article on How to Write a Killer About Me Page was incredibly popular as was Shae’s article on 3 Ways to Write Useful Subheadings that will draw your Readers in Like its the NY Times
Serena’s video blog on How to Create an Email Newsletter in MailChimp was a hit.
Tess has written many great, informative articles for WordPress users over the past year. The most popular one was on Using Inspect Element or Firebug to Peak Behind the Scenes of your WordPress website
An honourable mention goes to Marissa’s guest post on 6 Surprising Reasons Why Your Audience Won’t Share Your Content
For SEO, Kate Toon’s article on Why Content Sure Ain’t King made the most impact.
Loads of our readers found Abbe’s article on How to Look Natural when you Present in Online Videos helpful.
Caylie’s article on 6 Ways to Increase your Pinterest Following Fast was the most popular Pinterest topic.
Thanks to our web peeps and guest bloggers for sharing their articles. And thanks for reading over the past year.
We look forward to bringing you more good stuff in 2014!
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Melinda aka Mel, is half of the Grassroots team. Qualified in both Google AdWords and Analytics, Mel is committed to never using an acronym without explaining it first. She also likes grand slam tennis, cracked pepper and Melbourne sunsets.
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