Website ROI Guy Most Popular Blog Posts
It’s always interesting to see which posts attract the most eyeballs. So far in 2013, a post I wrote in October about Facebook surpassing 1 billion members and some characteristics or their members has been most popular.
Next came a post I did last week about my favorite tweets from Social Slam. I tweeted into the hashtag and was re-Tweeted by several people, including the organizer, which created lotsa visits.
3rd was a post I wrote in January 2011 on hotel marketing, that has become a perennial favorite. It’s always in the Top 10.
How to Get Content Ideas for Websites has jumped into the Top 5. It’s about the Content Idea Generator that spits out ideas based on keywords related to your subject or niche and it’s pretty cool!
5th most popular is a post I wrote on quintile analysis, which is studying something based on 5 equal parts, such as dividing an audience into 5 ‘quintiles’ from most loyal (1st quintile) to the least loyal or interested (5th quintile.)
Next is another hotel marketing post and the 7th most popular is a recent article on local marketing. I hope you enjoy them and please let me know what you think!
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Can You Hear Me Now?
I thought it was interesting that the 40th anniversary of the first cellphone call was celebrated last week. Legend has it that Marty Cooper of Motorola called his rival Joel Engler at Bell Labs to gloat over the new invention. The phone weighed 2.5 pounds and had a battery life of about 20 minutes. (Motorola DynaTAC 8000x)
I don’t remember the guy’s name, but I had the first radio interview with anyone using a cellphone. It was in the late 1970s and I had read an article about the first ‘cell tower’ being located near the radio station. (At I-88 and Eola Rd) Whoever I interviewed must have worked for Bell Labs, which had a presence in the area. Motorola was much further North. I wish I knew the date of the interview and had recorded it.