It’s been another busy year on the TeamworksCom blog. And thanks to our great group of smart and interested readers, we managed to improve some of the numbers that we use to measure how well our blog is performing.
These metrics provide us with much needed guidance for how to manage the significant investments we make in consistent content creation.
We place a lot of value in our ability to continually publish and distribute content, opinions and analysis of all subjects that we think our readers will find interesting, entertaining or educational. Some of the milestones we hit this year include:
- over 100 original posts written and deployed
- 152% increase the number of blog subscribers
- 12% increase in our blog moz rank
- consistent rank of our blog’s marketing effectiveness in the top 15%
Now that you know how we rate, here’s a round-up of some of the most popular posts we served up this year. We’ve selected these posts ranked by the number of page views, comments or social shares either on our blog or on a website featuring our content. Enjoy!
Our ten most popular posts from 2013.
A handy list of unique post types to help you mix up your blog content to keep it fresh and always improving.
A neat infographic that provides all of the granular details on how to size your visual brand components and where they will be displayed on the social media platform of your choice.
If you’re relying on just a website developer to create a website optimized to market your product or service, it could be anything but smooth sailing ahead. This post got over 4,000 shares on Social Media Today.
An overview of Content Marketing success in 12 short tweets. And all of the important details behind every one of them.
Details from Wordcamp SF 2013 that outline how WordPress has expanded far beyond its modest beginning as an online blogging tool.
All that you need to know to make your content more authoritative in Google search results.
After finally reaching our much sought after goal of having over 100 original posts in our blog, we share our analysis of what all the effort is worth.
100 of the most common acronyms that every digital marketer should get familiar with.
Check out this checklist to ensure that you’re doing all of the things that you’ll have to do right to get your content found.
If you want to build awareness for your brand, increase credibility and trust in your business and stay “top of mind” with existing clients and prospects, this post explains how content marketing can help you accomplish these goals.
We look forward to publishing and sharing even more in 2014 and hope you’ll continue to engage with us in our ongoing conversation. Happy Holidays and have a great new year!