At the start of each New Year, we revisit our most popular Whereoware blog posts, chuckle at our witty banter, cringe at our corny lines, and then begin planning out next year’s posts. It is always fun to see what resonated best with our audience and important to note blog topics that fell flat.
As we looked back, the most wildly read and circulated blog posts of 2013 weren’t all that surprising. As Google continues to update its analytics functionality and change how it reports search data, it makes sense that our Google Analytics posts are revisited more often than posts covering more basic topics. We are always pleased to see that our marketing automation posts are popular reads, and even more so when we include concrete email examples.
We hope you enjoy looking back at our most read and shared blog posts of 2013. (Our #1 post of the year is more than a bit ironic and illustrates just how quickly digital concepts change!) As always, we are grateful to our readers and excited to inform and entertain you throughout the New Year!
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‘Tis the season for family holiday photos! For every happy family smiling under the tree, there’s an equal number of awkward poses that should never have left the computer. We’ve collected some blackmail-worthy holiday photos from the Whereoware family, grouped together for your enjoyment.
2. Tacky Sweaters
3. Inside a Snow Globe
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Here at Whereoware, we’ve been signing clients, releasing websites, and churning out new campaigns like it’s our job (which, technically, it is!). In fact, it’s seems like it’s been a non-stop ride since Q1 started, and here we are, already a third of the way through Q2.
Before we put up any further blog posts, however, we’d like to pause to take stock of where this year has brought us so far.
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As 2012 draws to a close, we’ve enjoyed taking a look back at some of our most read + circulated blog posts from the past year. Some are no-brainers: with more marketers setting up automated campaigns, more consumers searching sites on mobile devices, and more companies rising to meet those demands, it’s inevitable that these types of information would be widely disseminated.However, some posts came as a surprise – one of our most read blogs was even a light-hearted interview with one of our Marketing Managers (we’re trying not to let it go to her head)!
Whatever the reason for the traffic, we’re grateful to each + every one of our readers for keeping us excited about these topics, and for inspiring us to continue writing into the New Year and beyond. Here’s a round-up of our top 5 blog posts from 2012 – hopefully you’ll enjoy the re-read as much as we did!
Every few months, we like to take a look back at recent posts to see what worked and what didn’t. This quarter, marketing automation was the clear-cut winner – three out of our five top-performing blog posts explored how to make your email programs a success.
We also learned that giving Whereoware employees room to share their talents was a great idea; our two most popular blog posts came from WOW employees Faith & Peter. In addition, our readers seemed to like companies with a sense of humor just as much as we do: check out Web tip: 3 ways to turn a website error page into an asset for a fun collection of 404 pages from other websites. You won’t regret it!
New to our blog, or need a refresher? Here are some of your favorite blog posts from third quarter 2012: