Bet you’re getting tired of those end-of-year lists. Best of this. Top 10 of that.
Okay, so here’s one more.
Because most bloggers’ “Best of…” lists are from the perspective of the reader, I’m shaking it up a little this time.
I leave you here, on this last day of the decade, with four posts for 2010 that readers talked about and shared the most in their social media networks.
But also a few I had fun writing.
If you are new to this site, it’s possible that you haven’t read any of these posts. And if you a regular reader, here they are again, in case you missed any of them.
Most Talked About Posts on CatsEyeWriter Blog in 2010
Lose those lame “Check out my new blog post” tweets and get ready for massive increases in your blog post views. Five ways to bring new life to your old posts by packaging them up in irresistible teasers.
What would happen if a group of committed bloggers banded together in a circle of mutual support? What if they shared their readers, commented on each other’s blogs and shared each other’s posts in their social networks? Learn how to start a Blogging Buddies program.
Dr. Seuss would seem to have his feet firmly planted in the garden of children’s literature. Yet, in our journey as writers and bloggers, what better role model could we have? Learn what one of the most beloved children’s book authors taught me about blogging.
Much of the learning happens with the rich interactions in the comments section of your blog. And the more comments, the more readers and subscribers you get. Here are 10 reasons you may not be getting lots of comments on your blog.
And three posts I particularly enjoyed writing:
5 things I learned the day Google announced my death.
Why some of us turn into 7-year-olds when faced with leaving a comment on a blog—and what to do about it.
What 104-year-old Ivy Bean from Bradford, England—the world’s oldest Twitterer—taught us about social media—and life.
And one I wrote for the For Bloggers, By Bloggers blog:
Is blogging more one of your goals for 2011? It’s tough when every available chunk of time in your day is spoken for. If you’ve ever wondered if a few minutes here and there might add up—if you could just find them—this post is for you.
Lots more heading your way in 2011.
Thanks for reading and I’ll see you next year!