Top 7 Most Popular Shovi Websites Blog Posts
This post is a response to a challenge by DJ Waldow of Waldow Social to put together a list of our
Top 7 Most Popular Blog Posts.
Now, in 2012, we put together our "Best of 2012" but evidently that doesn't count. So, using our real-time visitor tracking, we pulled up the list of the most-visited posts (by page views), and to be honest, one of them came as a surprise. We'll let you guess which one...
This post was a review of a book written by DJ Waldow and Jason Falls. It's #7 on this list, but the book itself stands as a cornerstone in shaping the way Shovi Websites approaches its email marketing services.
This article is a go-to piece for colleagues and new clients. It explains how easy, painless and exciting a website project can be if everybody's on the right page from the start. The bottom line: let everybody do what they do best.
This might be one of the best case studies and live examples of re-engagement. We routinely circle back to it with clients to show them the value of "quality over quantity," and the post has also been picked up by The Email Guide, which makes it one of our most socially-active posts.
Maybe we're seeing the benefit from all of LinkedIn's recent changes, and their push to make Company pages more interactive and engaging. Either way, this is another useful post to help you infiltrate that news feed on LinkedIn.
Not only do we link to this one frequently, but let's face it: the title has a pretty popular keyword in it. So this post probably gets into the Top 3 because of a tall glass of search engine juice.
Oh yeah, more SEO awesomeness for this post. However, we've also noticed that Google's new Authorship feature has helped this particular article get some serious rankings boosts.
What do you get when you ask 5 email marketing experts a question on LinkedIn? Our number one, most popular post on Shovi Websites!
Okay, it's your turn! Put together your Top 7 posts (by traffic) and drop the link into the comments (well, add some text and maybe even a kind word about our posts, otherwise your comment will probably be automatically flagged as spam). Also, tweet them with the hashtag #top7. Oh, and which one do you think was the surprise?