Did you miss something? Below you’ll find a list of my most popular blog posts from last quarter, as measured by Google Analytics.
Posts with a personal story often do well, as with my #1 post about my bad experience with LinkedIn, and my #10 confessions post. I noticed that my e-newsletter with the “Ouch, LinkedIn” subject line also pulled more readers than usual. Some titles and subject lines are more powerful than others.
The #2 post surprised me. I didn’t think this post would do as well as it did. I think the practicality of the “20 topics for your financial blog” appealed to many.
Posts featuring outside experts did well. They’re highlighted with red text below.
- Ouch, LinkedIn, why did you do that to me?
- 20 topics for your financial blog
- Top problems in asset management firms’ blog posts
- Blogging Q&A with advisor Lazetta Rainey Braxton
- Blogging Q&A with advisor Richard Rosso
- How to live-tweet a financial conference
- Three Decisions You Need to Make Before Setting Up Your New Blog <–Guest post by Elizabeth Kricfalusi
- Key Steps in Writing a Research Report <–Guest post by Tom Brakke
- Simple language helps your readers, even when they understand technical terms
- Confessions of a lousy writer—and 6 tips for you