How fast has this year gone!? Well December is here and Christmas is lurking just around the corner. Before we break for a well deserved holiday I wanted to pull together November’s Top Ten Content As ever these posts have been chosen by YOU, the website visitor. In this case your not talking with your feet but are talking with your clicks.
For faithful readers of the blog… I KNOW! I still haven’t posted all the goodies for you about the events that I’ve been attending and the random thoughts that stray across my head. All I can do is hang my head in shame, I promise to do better in the New Year!
A journal entry write up of a fantastic workshop seminar ran by Andy Chemney, Managing Director of Ignition CBS. I asked whether this could stay at the top after storming up the rankings… well I have my answer, it has gone from strength to strength.
This journal entry climbs up from 6 to 2! An insight into how my mind works when planning and developing content.
Part of the Customer Lifecycle Series: 3 Tips on using video to foster loyalty amongst your current clients. This dropped off in October but has rocketed back to the number 3 spot!
This journal entry raises its head by another spot after we posted it on Podio’s Facebook page and they loved it. So much so we are in the process of creating a video blog for them on how we use it. Intrigued? Find out more about Podio by reading the blog 🙂
Part of the Customer Lifecycle Series: 3 Tips on using product demonstration videos to generate interest and move the prospect towards making an inquiry. This was one of the first posts I wrote in the series and it has been bouncing around the top ten rising from 10 last month to number 5.
A new journal post by David Forrest on the reasons why Workshop Media prioritised a mobile website and why you should too. This post has proved really popular!
This post hangs on to the number 8 spot. This blog post was my first in depth article on social media and video; it looks at how Facebook works and using video to get the most out of the engagement.
A new entry at number 9 this post was my third in depth article on social media and video; it looks at how LinkedIn works and using video to get the most out of the engagement.
This new entry from last month drops to number 10. This journal post announces the fact you can like us on Facebook. It also goes into why it took us so long to set one up and important questions to ask before you jump in as a business to ‘the Social Network’.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
I wish you all the best for Christmas and may the New Year bring everything you need but not everything you want 😉