I’m a horrible blogger.
I don’t write very often. And when I do they’re usually full of typos.
But a scant few do seem to resonate. Here are my most read blog posts from last year:
- Vancity Buzz and a Study in Questionable Ethics
Investigating the questionable ethics of a news blog which deletes critical comments but leaves up a video showing someone in a severe mental health crisis.
- Dealing With Facebook’s Bait-and-Switch
Facebook is playing games again and this time, it may make you reconsider your commitment to marketing on the network.
- The Professional Speaking Manifesto: Six Things You Should Stop Saying Now
So many speakers commit common sins on the podium and I’ve resolved this year to avoid them. Here are things I vow to stop saying in my speeches.
- Why Your Company Needs a Director of Delight
What if there were one person on your team whose only job is to find three customers each day to overwhelmingly delight?
- Six Biggest Mistakes People Make Doing Facebook Marketing
So you want to use Facebook to market your business? Great! But don’t fall victim to these common mistakes.
- My “Ding and Clear” Solution to Monitoring Everything on Twitter
I’ve developed a kick-ass system for monitoring everything I need to on Twitter — and I use Tweetdeck to do it.
If you haven’t listened yet, be sure to check out my business and marketing podcast which I launched in 2014: “You’re Doing It All Wrong.”
My next post is called… “How I Ranked #1 AND #2 in Google for Digital Marketing Keynote“