A blog post can touch you in the right way for a number of reasons. For me, a post which I consider “good” is one which:
- teaches something new
- provides a link to a useful tool or resource
- is helpful to me in my work at exactly the time I’m looking for it
- is original and unique
- is well-researched and well-written
- is an inspiration to other bloggers
I’m someone who bookmarks url’s every month. Up to now, I’ve been using Delicious for social bookmarking, and as an aside I hope that it will survive and thrive in the New Year. I bookmark url’s so I can refer back to them and share them with others. For this post, I looked back at what I’ve bookmarked during the year and chose one from every month. In all but one of the cases, the post was written in the month I saved it. Click on the image to access the full post.
Looking forward to a new year of inspirational and educational blog posts. Season’s Greetings and Best Wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year! Thanks as always, for reading!
What posts did you bookmark this year? Share the links in the comments below.
20 Metrics to Effectively Track Social Media Campaigns by Chris Bennett
The CMO’s Guide to the Social Media Landscape, CMO.Com
How To: Write a Strong Title for Your Blog Article by Misty Belardo
5 Reasons Readers like Numbers in a Headline by Brandon Cox
How to Write a Price Release that *actually* gets noticed by Sinha
How To: Use Social Media for Lead Generation by Erica Swallow
Cool Tool Review: Creative Commons A Review by Todd Hoskins
The 10 Best Infographics for Internet Marketing Pros by Andy Beal
21 Creative Ways to Increase Your Facebook Fanbase by Mari Smith
6 Ways to Optimize Your Blog for Search Engines by Jim Lodico
11 Twitter & Social Media Tools To Try in 2011 by Adam Vincenzini
How Much Time Does Social Media Marketing Take? by Aliza Sherman
What posts did you bookmark this year? Share your comments and links in the space below.