2010 is coming to a close. Thank you all for reading, and thanks even more to those that left a comment and interacted. That’s the best part about doing this whole thing. If you’re a regular reader, I thank you for taking time to read what I have to offer. If you arrived at the party late, below is a list of the six or so posts that you all, the readers, clicked on the most.
- How To Leverage Digital and Social Media at Events and Conferences – I report on the statistics from my company’s use of digital and social media at a recent customer conference.
- Hearing vs. Listening – Both use your ears, but only one uses your brain.
- When and MBA isn’t and MBA, and Agile Marketing – Marketing needs to be more agile. The right MBA school will teach you what you need to know, and not just award you with a piece of paper.
- Dinner Time with Content Marketing: A Meal Analogy – Content marketing can be difficult to explain. I do so here, via an analogy with a meal.
- Passionate People: Fred Mullins – True passion for what you do for work is rare. Here is another of those cases, profiled.
- Using Social Media to Increase Event and Webinar Attendance – Social sites like LinkedIn and Twitter can help uncover and identify people for your event. Here’s how.
- And, oddly: my ‘About’ page – This is self-explanatory; it’s about me.
Also, I’ve guest blogged a bit over at Marketing Profs. Some of those articles resulted in some good interaction (and that’s not reflected on my blog), so if you’re interested in looking at some of my off-site content, head on over to Alan Belniak’s author page on the Marketing Profs daily Fix Blog.
Thanks for a great 2010. Here’s looking forward to an even better 2011!
image: histogram of legos by color frequency, http://www.flickr.com/photos/boulter/3998842325/
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