‘Top Ten Online Marketing Articles in 2012’ by Denise Wakeman
Denise Wakeman’s latest blog post is titled “Top Ten Online Marketing Articles in 2012”.
Wakeman says, “Year-end always brings a flurry of Top Ten posts, often focusing on a blog’s most popular posts of the year. This blog is no exception. I dug into my analytics to find the ten online marketing articles that got the most page views and comments during 2012. Those two metrics are generally a good indication of the types of content your readers enjoy the most and from which they get the most value. Why should you create a year-end Top Ten list? Adds more value for your audience New and long-time subscribers may have missed earlier”.
Top Ten Online Marketing Articles in 2012
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