Thank you dear readers. We are so grateful to you, the readers who give us your most valuable gift, your time. Below you’ll find a list of posts that were the most popular, most commented and most linked too posts on this blog in 2008.
We have diverse readership, which includes B2B marketers, retailers, publishers, non-profits, Fortune 500 managers, small business owners, lots of consultants and all sorts of surprising people. We love all of your comments, additional advice and dedication you show to the marketing optimization community. We look forward to providing you more great content for the rest of this year and 2009.
Marketing Lessons From Apple
Testing Add-to-Cart Buttons: Stuck in the Middle With You
7 Tips for Boosting Web Form Conversions
Hidden Secrets of the Amazon Shopping Cart
How to Prioritize Your Optimization
How to Elf Yourself Out of Millions
PayPal Should Go Undercover
Top 7 Tips for Optimizing Low-Traffic Websites
Recession-Proof Your Online Marketing
3 Reasons Your Visitors Don’t Convert to Leads
How to Increase Shopping Cart Abandonment
10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Using Flash
Tips From a Client Who Doubled His Conversion Rate
How to Get Buy-in for Conversion Rate Optimization
Do Women Respond to “Free Shipping” More Than Men?
Firefox 3: How to Convert Seven Million Visitors in a Day
What Your Bounce Rate is Trying to Tell You
Tapping the Power of Social Media to Advertise to Women
5 Simple Tips for Lead-Generation Sites
Can An Image of a Pretty Woman Boost Conversion?
Why Rank #1 in Google
The Difference Between Great and Average Copy
Google Website Optimizer: Free Resources To Jump Start Your Testing
14 Tools to Legally Spy On Your Competition
The Ultimate Google Analytics Plugins, Hacks & Tricks Collection
7 Deadly Sins of Web Analytics
33 Free Tools to Make Your Website Better
7 Ways to Win Over Reluctant Buyers
Social Media Is NOT Media
Understanding and Aligning the Value of Social Media
Is Free Shipping a Must in this Economy?
Increasing “Qualified” Leads From Your Website
No More Consulting Indigestion
Any suggestions on what you would like us to cover in 2009?