Looking Back at 100: Top 10 Posts
On the occasion of the 101st post to this blog, here's a brief look back at the ten most trafficked posts to this point:
10) Business Blogs: PR Tool or Marketing Tool? (Nov. 30, 2006)
In which the question is asked (and answered), what is the fundamental purpose of blogging for business?
9) More of the Best Website Marketing Tools (Jan. 15, 2007)
More helpful tools for SEO, marketing research and blogging reviewed.
8) Backflip: A Dot-Com Survivor Story (June 29, 2005)
A fascinating true-life story of Internet riches-to-rags-to-rebirth, complete with millionaires and rock stars.
7) WMC Interviews: Mike Schultz (Apr. 1, 2006)
Marketing wisdom from the founder of the Wellesley-Hills Group and publisher of the RainToday professional services marketing newsletter.
6) "Guaranteed Web Traffic" - Really? (Oct. 3, 2006)
The true value of "guaranteed website traffic" services exposed. (This post tells you how to effectively do it.)
5) Web Conferencing Services Reviewed (Aug. 7, 2006)
A look at the pros and cons of six popular webinar production and web presentation services.
4) Two New Web Marketing Concepts (Jan. 22, 2007)
A quick look at browser branding and geo-targeted web marketing.
3) The Age of the Micromarket? (Jan. 21, 2006)
A discursive on teen cliques, alternative computer operating systems, Pink Floyd -- and the importance of carefully targeting your marketing messages.
2) Selecting an Advertising Agency (June 7, 2005)
Guidance on writing an effective RFP that will help you choose the right marketing agency to meet your needs.
And the most popular post to date on the WMC blog...
1) Top Internet Advertising Networks (Jan. 29, 2007)
Web-based advertising services to consider when you're ready to move beyond Google AdWords and Yahoo! Search Marketing.
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