This year, we published 205 blog posts by nearly 50 different authors, on topics ranging from technical SEO, content marketing, social media and corporate culture – with lots of room left over for Star Wars and Mad Men references. The following are our ten most popular blog posts (by traffic volume) of 2012:
This companion infographic to our Multi-Touch Attribution eBook illustrates some of the findings from our study on the advantages and effects of attribution models to measure client success.
Our own in-house recruiter and LinkedIn expert covers her top-10 favorite features of the popular social network.
Our Director of Search Media: Placement & Promotion explains how we generate external inbound links through strategies similar to public relations professionals.
If Google is the Empire from Star Wars, then these three groups that comprise your audience and Google’s customers are the Force.
To prevent a breakdown and to maximize inbound marketing results, look for these red flags and address them as soon as possible.
Our Viral Media Coordinator makes her case for improving the quality of all published infographics industry-wide.
One of our most-shared articles via social media answers the question: “Why aren’t people following me back on Twitter?”
One of our Inbound Marketing Consultant busts the myth that Wikipedia owns the first position/page of all search results.
“People don’t buy what you do. They buy why you do it.” This is the approach marketers should use when deploying online demand generation using content.
Our Director of Marketing calls out college and university professors for lackluster preparation of undergrads as they enter in the marketing profession.
What blog posts caught your fancy this year? Let us know in the comments!
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