Most popular posts of 2010

It’s that time of year again; we look back at what we’ve done over the course of the year and see what worked and what didn't. So, I thought you might be interested in seeing the most popular posts from this Blog during the course of 2010. So, without further ado:

1. How to write a good landing page
2. What’s in the suitcase in Pulp Fiction? Finally the answer is revealed.
3. The results of The Times’ paywall move
4. The power of the vanity URL
5. The key elements of on-page optimisation
6. Why Facebook is finally important for industrial marketing
7. 10-11am - the perfect time to post
8. Generating inbound links using social media
9. How to prepare a brief for a PR agency
10. Beating the colour separation trap

Proving that it's longevity that is the key to success is number ten, 'Beating the colour separation trap', a post that I wrote in 2007. In contrast, proving that longevity doesn't matter at all is number four, 'The power of the vanity URL', which I wrote yesterday morning!

As a quick editor’s note I would stress that most of these posts are from the second half of the year, largely because the readership of this Blog has been steadily climbing throughout 2010.

But, if growing the readership isn’t the objective, then I don’t know what is. So, on that note, if you know anyone who you think might be interested in reading this Blog in 2011, then just forward them this link.

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Richard Stone

Stone Junction is a cool technical PR agency based in Stafford. We work for all sorts of businesses, with a particular focus on technology, technical and engineering companies. We like being sent cake and biscuits by clients, journalists and prospects.

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